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REPORT 

of the 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

of the 

STATE OF FLORIDA 



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1951 and 
Ending December 31, 1952 





FLORIDA'S CAPITOL BUILDINGS 

Upper Right: Begun 1838, Finished 1842; Upper Left: Begun 1901, Finished 1902; Center: 
Begun 1922, Finished 1923; New North Wing: Begun 1936, Finished 1937; New South Wing: 

Begun 1947, Finished 1948. 



GOVERNORS OF FLORIDA 



TERRITORIAL: 
Andrew Jackson — July, 1821 to 1822. 
William Duval— 1822 to 1834. 
John H. Eaton— 1834 to 1836. 
Richard K. Call— 1836 to 1839. 
Robert Raymond Reed — 1839 to 1841. 
Richard K. Call— 1841 to 1844. 
John Branch — 1844 to 1845. 

STATE: 
William D. Moseley— 1845 to 1849. 
Thomas Brown— 1849 to 1853. 
James E. Broom— 1853 to 1857. 
Madison S. Perry— 1857 to 1861. 
John Milton— 1861 to 1865. 
William Marvin— 1865 to 1866. 
David S. Walker— 1866 to 1868. 
Harrison Reed— 1868 to 1872. 
Samuel T. Day — (Acting, during impeachment proceedings 

against Governor Reed) , 1872. 
Ossian B. Hart— 1872 to 1873 (Died in office) . 
Marcellus L. Stearns — (Acting, June to November), 1873. 
Marcellus L. Stearns— 1873 to 1877. 
George F. Drew— 1877 to 1881. 
William D. Bloxham— 1881 to 1885. 
Edward A. Perry— 1885 to 1889. 
Francis P. Fleming— 1889 to 1893. 
Henry L. Mitchell— 1893 to 1897. 
William D. Bloxham— 1897 to 1901. 
W. S. Jennings— 1901 to 1905. 
N. B. Broward— 1905 to 1909. 
Albert W. Gilchrist— 1909 to 1913. 
Park Trammell— 1913 to 1917. 
Sidney J. Catts— 1917 to 1921. 
Cary A. Hardee— 1921 to 1925. 
John W. Martin— 1925 to 1929. 
Doyle E. Carlton— 1929 to 1933. 
David Sholtz— 1933 to 1937. 
Fred P. Cone— 1937 to 1941. 
Spessard L. Holland — 1941 to 1945. 
Millard F. Caldwell— 1945 to 1949. 
Fuller Warren— 1949 to 1953. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 
19491953 

GOVERNOR 

FULLER WARREN 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 

COMPTROLLER 

CLARENCE M. GAY 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



SECRETARIES OF STATE 



James T. Archer— From July 23, 1845, to April 11, 1848. 

A. E. Maxwell— From April 11, 1848, to July 23, 1849. 

C. W. Downing— From July 23, 1849, to July 1, 1853. 

Fred L. Villepigue — From July 1, 1853, to January 13, 1863. 

Benjamin F. Allen — From January 13, 1863, to August 7, 
1868. 

George J. Alden— From August 7, 1868, to November 6, 1868. 

J. C. Gibbs— From November 6, 1868, to January 17, 1873. 

S. B. McLin— From January 17, 1873, to January 3, 1877. 

W. D. Bloxham— From January 3, 1877, to October 1, 1880. 

F. W. A. Rankin, Jr.— From October 1, 1880, to January 21, 
1881. 

Jno. L. Crawford — From January 21, 1881, to January 25, 
1902. 

H. Clay Crawford — From January 28, 1902, to September 
21, 1929. 

W. M. Igou— From September 23, 1929, to April 12, 1930. 

R. A. Gray — Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elect- 
ed November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 
1930, for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned 
for four year terms beginning January 3, 1933, January 
5, 1937, January 7, 1941, January 2, 1945, January 4, 
1949, January 6, 1953, to first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January, 1957. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

Tallahassee, Florida 
January 1, 1953 

Honorable Fuller Warren 

Governor of Florida 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Dear Governor: 

In compliance with the requirements of law I have the 
honor to transmit herewith the biennial report for the office 
of Secretary of State for the calendar years 1951-1952. Since 
the report is for a two year period, it is necessarily a little 
larger than an annual report would be. The volume of work 
handled by this office is steadily increasing. The appropri- 
ation requested and received for the biennium beginning July 
1, 1951 was for the same amount as the appropriation granted 
for the biennium beginning July 1, 1949. So, while the total 
amount appropriated for the office has not been increased 
for four years, the volume of work has quite materially in- 
creased. For example for the year 1949 the collections were 
$699,069.60 while the collections for 1952 were $1,027,455.61. 

ELECTIONS DIVISION 

This division of the office has the administration of the 
Primary, special and general election laws. Beginning with 
the preparation of various and sundry blanks and forms 
to be sent out to the counties for the Supervisors of Regis- 
tration, then the qualification of candidates in the primaries, 
the handling of all reports from such candidates, supplying 
numerous forms required by the new election laws, certify- 
ing results of the first and second primaries, preparation of 
forms of ballots, certifying nominees, handling all the gen- 
eral election procedures, canvassing returns, qualifying those 
elected to office and finally preparing commissions for them. 



10 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

These are a few high spots that keep this division busy 
through a two year cycle. 

In 1951 the Legislature re-codified the entire election 
laws. This codification included primaries, general and special 
elections covering all the mechanics of administration. This 
alone would have added materially to the work of this di- 
vision during the two year period just passed, but the 
Legislature of 1951 also enacted a new law referred to as 
Senate Bill No. 8 which dealt with campaign contributions 
and campaign expenditures of candidates for office. This 
new law was so different from anything heretofore on the 
statute books, and its requirements were so rigid the Secre- 
tary of State foresaw the probabilities of a chaotic condition 
unless information was thoroughly disseminated. So, by use 
of bulletins and holding meetings in various parts of the 
state which were well publicized, information on the new 
requirements was given to the public, especially candidates. 
The new law (Senate Bill No. 8) was on the whole obeyed 
by the candidates and its administration on the state and 
county level was handled without confusion. The law proved 
generally to be satisfactory to the public and the candidates 
apparently made an honest and sincere effort to comply with 
its provisions. Additional personnel is needed in this de- 
partment. 

CORPORATION DIVISION 

For several years the number of new corporations formed 
in Florida has been far above the average of other states 
with comparable population. Though Florida now i-anks 
twentieth in population in the list of states, we rank sixth 
or seventh in the number of new corporations filed with this 
office month by month and year by year. This is all the 
more significant in that it is not a sporadic or temporary 
situation but one that has been continuous now for five or 
six years. While this adds to the volume of work required 
in the office, it also increases the amount of revenue col- 
lected both for services rendered by the office and for charter 
tax and corporation capital stock tax. In 1949 the capital 
stock tax collected was $443,503.86 while in 1952 the capital 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 11 

stock tax collected was $595,402.87. Charter tax increased 
during the same period from $157,000.00 plus to $243,000.00 
plus. 

In this division a very large volume of inquiry mail is 
received. Carrying out the policy and custom of the office 
of rendering prompt service becomes more and more a bur- 
den on the corporation division. Our corporation laws on the 
whole are satisfactory. 

RECORDS DIVISION 
The original function of the office of Secretary of State 
and still one of great importance is the filing of the many 
official documents and records required to be kept and 
recorded by the office of Secretary of State. These are too 
numerous to attempt cataloging. It varies from proclamations 
by the Governor, court orders and commissions signed by 
him, to the recording of voluminous agreements of railroads 
for leasing railroad equipment. This function is perhaps men- 
tioned less than any other function of the office but its im- 
portance was recognized by the framers of the Constitution. 

CUSTODIAN OF THE GREAT SEAL 
Any Secretary of State who seriously analyzes the duties 
and responsibilities of the office appreciates and realizes 
that he has no more responsible duty than that placed upon 
him as the Constitutional Custodian of the Great Seal. The 
Great Seal is the symbol of the sovereignty of the State and 
is the one device which authenticates official documents of 
the highest import. That documents should bear the authen- 
tication and receive the imprint of The Great Seal may seem 
casual and routine, but a situation might arise at any time 
where the use of the Great Seal would be of the greatest 
significance and the highest importance. Its integrity must 
be forever maintained. 

LAWS DIVISION 

The Secretary of State is custodian of all acts of the 

Legislature. The increased volume of matters considered by 

the Legislature and the laws enacted by that body is adding 

continuously to the volume of work in this division. The 



12 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

desire of the public for immediate information and copies 
of the laws newly enacted imposes quite a tax on the clerical 
force of the office. Here again may be mentioned the im- 
portance of guarding and safe keeping the original authen- 
ticated acts of the Legislature. These are kept in safe vaults 
and are never permitted to be taken from the office. 

MAINTENANCE DIVISION 
Maintenance of the capitol and grounds also is growing 
in the demands arising under such duty. Not only does the 
capitol have additional wings built every few years, but the 
business carried on in the Capitol offices must keep up with 
the pace of modern business. The facilities required to meet 
the demands and the tempo of modern business and modern 
living means the constant addition of equipment and the 
servicing of such. 

The 1951 Legislature added another building to be main- 
tained by the Secretary of State. This was known as the 
Tallahassee Administration Building and has since been 
designated the W. V. Knott Building. The maintaining of 
this building involves the same type of duty as maintenance 
of the capitol and grounds. 

MISCELLANEOUS 
A number of duties imposed upon the Secretary of State 
by various and sundry statutes would probably not fall ac- 
curately under any one of the above mentioned divisions. 
However, many statutory duties involving such as trade 
marks, limited partnerships, licensing of labor business agents, 
etc., add to the variety and interest. 

EX OFFICIO DUTIES 
The Secretary of State is named by the Constitution as 
a member of the Board of Commissioners of State Institu- 
tions, the State Board of Education and the State Board of 
Pardons. By statute he is a member of the State Board of 
Conservation, the Executive Board of the State Safety De- 
partment (Highway Patrol), Trustees of Teachers Retire- 
ment System, State Board of Vocational Education, State 
Textbook Purchasing Board, State Hotel and Restaurant 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 13 

Commission, State Advertising Commission, State Budget 
Commission, Civilian Defense Council and chairman of the 
State Canvassing Board. 

Being a member of the Board of Commissioners of State 
Institutions in itself takes up a great deal of time of the 
Secretary of State. The Board finds it necessary and ex- 
pedient to have a committee of three members on each of 
the several state institutions. The Secretary of State is chair- 
man of the committee on the Florida State Hospital for the 
mentally ill our largest state institution where there are pres- 
ently some seven thousand patients. 

CONCLUSION 
While the duties of the Secretary of State are steadily 
increasing, I am pleased to state the satisfaction of handling 
this important office is one I have greatly appreciated. I am 
very gratefuly to the people of Florida for having returned 
me repeatedly to this office without opposition. I shall con- 
tinue to do my best to render prompt, efficient and courteous 
service in the office and to maintain the high tone and quality 
of official service to which the people of this state are en- 
titled. For myself and the entire personnel of the office we 
express appreciation to your Excellency for the splendid 
cooperation we have had from the Governor's office and also 
we wish to express our gratitude for the many commenda- 
tions, letters and messages received from all over the state 
concerning the operation of this office. 

Respectfully and cordially yours, 

Secretary of State 
RAG/KBS 



14 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED 
1951 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax $ 551,598.95 

Commission Tax 39,610.00 

Charter Tax (Corporations) 178,168.02 

Fees 61,867.24 

Laws Sold 5,613.60 

Florida Statutes Sold 14,890.20 

Annotations Sold 209.20 

Limited Partnerships 2,745.80 

Journals Sold 137.50 

Refund Postage on Laws and Statutes 1,020.48 

Tallahassee Administration Building — Trust 

Fund — Rents 4,355.40 

Miscellaneous 270.68 



$ 860,487.07 
(Increase over year 1950 — 5.8%) 

1952 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax $ 595,402.87 

Commission Tax 53,685.00 

Primary Election Qualification Fees 37,841.00 

Charter Tax (Corporations) 243,673.04 

Fees 67,391.49 

Laws Sold 6,024,18 

Florida Statutes Sold 10,307.70 

Annotations Sold 60.30 

Limited Partnership 4,003.73 

Journals Sold 285.50 

Refund Postage on Laws and Statutes 531.68 

Tallahassee Administration Building — Trust 

Fund — Rents 7,609.89 

Miscellaneous 639.23 



$1,027,455.61 



(Increase over year 1951 — 19%) 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 15 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 
STATE OF FLORIDA 

COUNTIES COMPRISING THE EIGHT 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

First District Fourth District 

Hernando 6,693 Dade 495,084 

Hillsborough 249,894 Monroe 29,957 

Pasco 20,529 

Pinellas 159,249 525,041 



436,365 



Second District 

Clay 14,323 

Duval 304,029 



318,352 

Third District 

Bay 42,689 

Calhoun 7,922 

Escambia 112,706 

Franklin 5,814 

Gadsden 36,457 

Gulf 7,460 

Holmes 13,988 

Jackson 34,645 

Jefferson 10,413 

Leon 51,590 

Liberty 3,182 

Okaloosa 27,533 

Santa Rosa 18,554 

Wakulla 5,258 

Walton 14,725 

Washington 11, 



Fifth District 

Brevard 23,653 

Citrus 6,111 

Flagler 3,367 

Lake 36,340 

Marion 38,187 

Orange 114,950 

Osceola 11,406 

St. Johns 24,998 

Seminole 26,883 

Sumter 11,330 

Volusia 74,229 



371,454 



404,824 



Sixth District 

Broward 83,933 

Charlotte 4,286 

Collier 6,488 

Glades 2,199 

Hendry 6,051 

Indian River 11,872 

Lee 23,404 

Martin 7,807 

Okeechobee 3,454 

Palm Beach 114,688 

St. Lucie 20,180 



284,362 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



Seventh District 

DeSoto 9,242 

Hardee 10,073 

Highlands 13,636 

Manatee 34,704 

Polk 123,997 

Sarasota 28,827 



220,479 



Eighth District 

Alachua 57,026 

Baker 6,313 

Bradford 11,457 

Columbia 18,216 

Dixie 3,928 

Gilchrist 3,499 

Hamilton 8,981 

Lafayette 3,440 

Levy 10,637 

Madison 14,197 

Nassau 12,811 

Putnam 23,615 

Suwannee 16,986 

Taylor 10,416 

Union 8,906 



210,428 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 17 

JUDICIAL CIRCUITS 

Circuits Counties Population 

First — Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton 

Counties 173,518 

Second — Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Lib- 
erty, and Wakulla Counties 112,714 

Third — Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madi- 

ison, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties 76,164 

Fourth — Duval, Clay, and Nassau Counties 331,163 

Fifth — Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion, and Sum- 
ter Counties 98,661 

Sixth — Pasco and Pinellas Counties 179,778 

Seventh — Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia 

Counties 126,209 

Eighth — Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, 

and Union Counties 97,838 

Ninth — Brevard, Indian River, Martin, Okeecho- 
bee, Orange, Osceola, St. Lucie, and Seminole 

Counties 220,205 

Tenth— Hardee, Highlands, and Polk Counties 147,706 

Eleventh— Dade County 495,084 

Twelfth— De Soto, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hen- 
dry, Lee, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties 115,201 

Thirteenth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

Fourtheenth — Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack- 
son, and Washington Counties 118,592 

Fifteenth— Broward and Palm Beach Counties 198,621 

Sixteenth— Monroe County 29,957 

Duval County Circuit— Duval County 304,029 

STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 

Redistricted 1945 

Federal Census 1950 

Districts Counties Population 

First — Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties 46,087 

Second — Escambia County 112,706 

Third— Holmes and Walton Counties 28,713 

Fourth — Jackson County 34,645 

Fifth — Franklin, Liberty, and Wakulla Counties 14,254 

Sixth — Gadsden County 36,457 



18 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Districts Counties Population 

Seventh— Polk County 123,997 

Eighth— Leon County 51,590 

Ninth — Citrus and Hernando Counties 12,804 

Tenth— Madison and Taylor Counties 24,613 

Eleventh— Pinellas County 159,249 

Twelfth — Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie 

Counties 39,859 

Thirteenth— Dade County 495,084 

Fourteenth — Columbia County 18,216 

Fifteenth— Bradford and Union Counties 20,363 

Sixteenth — Nassau County 12,811 

Seventeenth — Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwannee 

Counties 29,407 

Eighteenth— Duval County 304,029 

Nineteenth — Orange County 114,950 

Twentieth— Marion County 38,187 

Twenty-first — Dixie, Gilchrist, and Levy Counties . . 18,064 

Twenty-second — Jefferson County 10,413 

Twenty-third— Lake County 36,340 

Twenty-fourth — Collier, Hendry, Lee, and Monroe 

Counties 65,900 

Twenty-fifth — Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, and Washington 

Counties 69,959 

Twenty-sixth — Putnam County 23,615 

Twenty-seventh — De Soto, Glades, Hardee, and 

Highlands Counties 35,150 

Twenty-eighth — Volusia County 74,229 

Twenty-ninth — Baker and Clay Counties 20,636 

Thirtieth— Broward County 83,933 

Thirty-first— Flagler and St. Johns Counties 28,365 

Thirty-second — Alachua County 57,026 

Thirty-third — Okeechobee and Osceola Counties .... 14,860 

Thirty-fourth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

Thirty-fifth— Palm Beach County 114,688 

Thirty-sixth — Charlotte, Manatee, and Sarasota 

Counties 67,817 

Thirty-seventh — Brevard and Seminole Counties . . . 50,536 

Thirty-eighth — Pasco and Sumter Counties 31,859 

Total 2,771,305 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 19 

STATE SENATORS — 1951 

DISTRICT NAME ADDRESS 

** 1 Newman C. Brackin, Crestview 

* 2 Philip D. Beall, Florida National Bank Building, Pen- 

sacola 

** 3 Johnnie Wright, P. O. Box 344, DeFuniak Springs 

* 4 Amos Lewis, Marianna 

** 5 Luther C. Tucker, Crawfordville 

* 6 Dewey M. Johnson, Quincy 

** 7 Harry E. King, Beymer Building, Winter Haven 

* 8 LeRoy Collins, Tallahassee 

** 9 Joseph E. Johnston, Jr., P. O. Box 13, Brooksville 

* 10 W. T. Davis, Madison 

** 11 Henry S. Baynard, 109 Sixth Street, North, St. Peters- 
burg 

* 12 Evans Crary, Stuart 

** 13 R. B. (Bunn) Cautier, duPont Building, Miami 

* 14 J. Wofford Lindler, Lake City 
** 15 Charley E. Johns, Starke 

* 16 A. G. McArthur, Fernandina 

** 17 G. Warren Sanchez, First National Bank Building, 
Live Oak 

* 18 Wayne E. Ripley, 1016 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 
** 19 J. B. Rodgers, Jr., P. O. Box 417, Winter Garden 

* 20 Wallace E. Sturgis, 9-10 Marion Block, Ocala 
** 21 J. Min Ayers, Trenton 

* 22 S. D. Clarke, Monticello 
** 23 J. Edwin Baker, Umatilla 



20 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

* 24 James A. Franklin, P. O. Box 1111, Fort Myers 
** 25 Olin G. Shivers, Chipley 

* 26 B. C. Pearce, Palatka 

** 27 James W. Moore, 12-15 Hainz Building, Sebring 

* 28 E. William Gautier, 1200 Magnolia Street, New Smyrna 

Beach 

** 29 J. Slater Smith, Jr., Green Cove Springs 

* 30 George W. Leaird, 210 Blount Building, Ft. Lauderdale 
** 31 Verle A. Pope, P. O. Box 519, St. Augustine 

* 32 W. A. Shands, 207 N.E. 9th Avenue, Gainesville 
** 33 N. Ray Carroll, Kings Highway, Kissimmee 

* 34 John Branch, 404 Franklin Street, Tampa 

* 35 Russell O. Morrow, Lake Worth 

* 36 F. Onell Rogells, Bayshore Road, Palmetto 

** 37 Lloyd F. Boyle, 2404 Mellonville Avenue, Sanford 

* 38 George C. Dayton, P. O. Box 244, Dade City 

* Elected 1950 
** Holdovers 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



21 



COUNTY 




Alachua 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Baker 




Bay 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Bradford 




Brevard 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Broward 


Group 1 



Calhoun 
Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 



DeSoto 

Dixie 

Duval 



Group 2 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

NAME AND ADDRESS 

Ralph Turlington, 233 N. Cedar St., 

Gainesville 
W. E. Whitlock, P. O. Box 86, High 

Springs 
B. R. Burnsed, Macclenny 
Grady W. Courtney, 118 East Ave., 

Millville 
Joseph I. Mathis, P. O. Box 639, 

Panama City 
Doyle E. Conner, Starke 
Wm. G. (Bill) Akridge, Cocoa 
O. L. Burton, Eau Gallie 
John S. Burwell, 42 SW 2nd St., 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Thos. E. (Ted) David, 1938 Harrison 

Street, Hollywood 
Wilson L. Bailey, Blountstown 
John M. Hathaway, P. O. Box 268, 

Punta Gorda 
Francis Williams, Inverness 
S. D. Saunders, Middleburg 
D. C. Jones, Naples 
H. D. (Bill) Hammons, Lake City 
George S. Okell, 902 Biscayne Build- 
ing, Miami 
Dante B. Fascell, 4821 SW 5th Ter- 
race, Miami 
Robert L. Floyd, 607 Biscayne Build- 
ing, Miami 
S. C. Smith, Arcadia 
K. Griner, Cross City 
Mabry Carlton, Law Exchange 
Building, Jacksonville 



Group 1 
Group 2 
Group 3 

Group 1 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

COUNTY NAME AND ADDRESS 

Claude Smith, 124 Graham Building, 

Jacksonville 
Fletcher Morgan, 45 West Bay St., 

Jacksonville 
A. Morley Darby, 1500 E. Gonzales 

Street, Pensacola 
Webb C. Jernigan, P. O. Box 584, 

Pensacola 
H. T. Cook, Bunnell 
Bryant Patton, Apalachicola 
W. M. Inman, Quincy 
E. B. McFarland, Havana 
Howell Lancaster, Trenton 
J. H. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven 
George G. Tapper, Port St. Joe 
J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 
H. L. Chambers, Wauchula 
Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 
S. Travis Phillips, P. O. Box 158, 

Brooksville 
Miss Edna Pearce, Ft. Basinger 
James S. Moody, Plant City 
Tom J. Johnson, Jr., Knight & Wall 

Building, Tampa 
Francis St. C. Pittman, 918 E. Ida 

St., Tampa 
Harvie J. Belser, Bonifay 
Alex MacWilliams, Vero Beach 
Hugh Dukes, Cottondale 
John L. McFarlin, Jr., Marianna 
Richard H. Simpson, Monticello 
Homer T. Putnal, Mayo 
J. A. Boyd, Leesburg 
C. E. Duncan, Tavares 





Group 2 




Group 3 


Escambia 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Flagler 




Franklin 




Gadsden 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Gilchrist 




Glades 




Gulf 




Hamilton 




Hardee 




Hendry 




Hernando 




Highlands 




Hillsborough 


Group 1 




Group 2 



Holmes 
Indian River 
Jackson 

Jefferson 
Lafayette 
Lake 



Group 3 



Group 1 
Group 2 



Group 1 
Group 2 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

COUNTY NAME AND ADDRESS 

Lee Group 1 Ernest Mitts, 1030 Fist Street, Fort 

Myers 
Group 2 Frank B. Watson, Jr., P. O. Box 926, 
Fort Myers 
Leon Group 1 Davis Atkinson, 736 Ingleside Ave., 

Tallahassee 
Group 2 John W. Henderson, Lewis State 
Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 
Levy D. P. McKenzie, P. O. Box 567, 

Chiefland 
Liberty Glenn Summers, Bristol 

Madison T. C. Merchant, Jr., Madison 

Manatee Group 1 J. Ben Fuqua, 833 Seventh St., Pal- 

metto 
Group 2 Joe Bill Rood, P. O. Box 152, Brad- 
enton 
Marion Group 1 C. Farris Bryant, M & C Bank Build- 

ing, Ocala 
Group 2 Willard Ayres, P. O. Box 591, Ocala 
Martin Marvin H. Rowell, P. O. Box 908, 

Stuart 
Monroe Bernie C. Papy, Key West 

Nassau L. A. McKendree, Fernandina 

Okaloosa Ferrin C. Campbell, Crestview 

Okeechobee W. J. Hendry, Okeechobee 

Orange Group 1 Edward R. Kirkland, 1015 Edgewater 

Court, Orlando 
Group 2 Charles O. Andrews, Jr., Metcalf 
Building, P. O. Box 353, Orlando 

Osceola Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee 

Palm Beach Group 1 John E. Bollinger, 709 Comeau Bldg., 

West Palm Beach 

Group 2 B. Elliott, Pahokee 



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MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

COUNTY NAME AND ADDRESS 

Pasco Brooks E. Payne, Jr., P. O. Box 135, 

Dade City 
Pinellas Group 1 William C. Cramer, 510 Hall Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 

Group 2 Donald C. McLaren, 7750 - 38th Ave., 
North, St. Petersburg 

Group 3 B. E. Shaffer, Route 2, Box 295, 
Clearwater 
Polk Group 1 Roy Surles, P. O. Box 1375, Lakeland 

Group 2 Lisle W. Smith, Haines City 
Group 3 Perry E. Murray, Frostproof 
Putnam Thos. B. Dowda, P. O. Box 89, 

Palatka 
St. Johns Group 1 F. Charles Usina, St. Augustine 

Group 2 Charles E. Shepperd, St. Augustine 
St. Lucie D. H. (Banty) Saunders, P. O. Box 

32, Ft. Pierce 
Santa Rosa Woodrow M. Melvin, Milton 

Sarasota Group 1 J. D. Tate, Englewood 

Group 2 James A. Haley, Sarasota 
Seminole Group 1 M. B. Smith, Sanford 

Group 2 Volie A. Williams, Jr., Atlantic Bank 
Bldg., Sanford 
Sumter J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell 

Suwannee Joseph C. Jacobs, Live Oak 

Taylor Gus J. Dekle, P. O. Box 415, Perry 

Union C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler 

Volusia Group 1 Thos T. Cobb, 219 Magnolia Ave., 

Daytona Beach 
Group 2 James H. Sweeny, Jr., Barnett Bank 
Building, DeLand 
Wakulla George Nesmith, Wakulla 

Walton Thos. D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 

Washington Jeff Webb, P. O. Box 66, Chipley 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



25 



COUNTIES 
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

Showing number of Representatives from each county and popu- 
lation of each county according to the 1950 Federal Census. Total 
for State 2,771,305. 



County 



County Seat 



Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 



Population 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard. . . . 
Broward. . . . 
Calhoun .... 
Charlotte . . . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia . . . 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia . . . 

Flagler 

Franklin .... 
Gadsden. . . . 
Gilchrist. . . . 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton. . . 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando . . . 
Highlands. . . 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson .... 
Lafayette . . . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 



Gainesville 

Macclenny 

Panama City 

Starke 

Titusville 

Fort Lauderdale. . . 

Blountstown 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Miami 

Arcadia 

Cross City 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Bunnell 

Apalachicola 

Quincy 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

Wauchula 

LaBelle 

Brooksville 

Sebring 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Vero Beach 

Marianna 

Monticello 

Mayo 

Tavares 

Fort Myers 

Tallahassee 



57,026 

6,313 

42,689 

11,457 

23,653 

83,933 

7,922 

4,286 

6,111 

14,323 

6,488 

18,216 

495,084 

9,242 

3,928 

304,029 

112,706 

3,367 

5,814 

36,457 

3,499 

2,199 

7,460 

8,981 

10,073 

6,051 

6,693 

13,636 

249,894 

13,988 

11,872 

34,645 

10,413 

3,440 

36,340 

23,404 

51,590 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



COUNTIES 
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA— (Cont'd) 



County 


County Seat 


Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 


Population 


Levy 

Liberty 


Bronson 

Bristol 


1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


10,637 
3,182 


Madison . . 


Madison 


14,197 


Manatee. . . 


Bradenton 


34,704 


Marion . . . 


Ocala 


38,187 


Martin 


Stuart 


7,807 


Monroe 


Key West 


29,957 


Nassau 


Fernandina 


12,811 


Okaloosa 


Crestview 


27,533 


Okeechobee 


Okeechobee 


3,454 


Orange 


Orlando 


114,950 


Osceola . . 


Kissimmee 


11,406 


Palm Beach . . 


West Palm Beach 


114,688 


Pasco 


Dade City 


20,529 


Pinellas 


Clearwater 


159,249 


Polk 


Bartow 


123,997 


Putnam .... 


Palatka 


23,615 


St. Johns 


St. Augustine 


24,998 


St. Lucie 


Fort Pierce 


20,180 


Santa Rosa 


Milton 


18,554 


Sarasota 


Sarasota 


28,827 


Seminole . . . 


Sanford 


26,883 


Sumter 


Bushnell 


11,330 


Suwannee 


Live Oak 


16,986 


Taylor 


Perry 


10,416 


Union 


Lake Butler 


8,906 


Volusia 

Wakulla 


Deland 

Crawford ville 


74,229 
5,258 


Walton 

Washington 


DeFuniak Springs 

Chipley 


14,725 

11,888 


Totals 


95 


2,771,305 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 27 

STATE EX-OFFICIO BOARDS AND 

COMMISSIONS 

1951-1952 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

ARMORY BOARD 

(Senate Bill 365, Legislative Acts of 1941) 
Fuller Warren, Governor, Chairman 
Brigadier General Mark Lance — The Adjutant General, Vice 

Chairman 
Brigadier General Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., 56th F.A. Brigade 
Brigadier General Joseph C. Hutchison, 62nd Infantry Brigade 
Colonel Homer W. Hesterly, 116 Field Artillery 
Colonel Jacob H. Spengler, 106th QM Regiment 
Colonel Percy L. Wall, 265th Coast Artillery 
Colonel Fred A. Safay, 124th Infantry 
Captain Ralph W. Cooper, Jr., State Quartermaster Recorder 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

CONSERVATION BOARD 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 



28 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

ELECTION BOARD OF CANVASSERS 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

GOVERNOR'S CABINET 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 29 

BOARD FLXING VALUES OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES OF 
TRUST COMPANIES 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

BOARD OF LICENSING LABOR BUSINESS AGENTS 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

BOARD OF PARDONS 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF PENSIONS 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

BOARD OF STATE INSTITUTIONS, COMMISSIONERS OF 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

SUMMER SCHOOLS, BOARD TO NAME TEACHERS FOR 
Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 
Dr. J. Hillis Miller, President University of Florida 
Dr. Doak S. Campbell, President Florida State University 

SURETY COMPANIES, BOARD FOR SUPERVISION AND 
REGULATION OF RISKS FOR 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 



30 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, BOARD OF 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Alfred A. McKethan, Chairman State Road Department 

(3 Citizen members to be appointed by Governor [for terms 
of four years]. Edgar B. Liddon, Sneads, commissioned 
July 7, 1949 until June 6, 1953. Sidney L. Segall, Miami, 
commissioned Feb. 13, 1952 until June 6, 1953. Charles 
W. Blum, Jacksonville, commissioned Nov. 9, 1949 until 
June 6, 1953). 

PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OF 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

A Director to be employed by the Board 

MARKETING BOARD (Agricultural) 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

Neil M. Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner 

TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM, BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

(Note: Commissioned teacher members of this Board under head- 
ing Boards of Commission.) 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 31 

TEXT BOOK RATING COMMITTEE 

To be composed of seven members appointed by the State 
Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction and Members of his de- 
partment designated by him. 

(Note: Members of the Board of Control are Ex-officio Members 
of the State Soil Conservation Board and State Plant Board.) 



32 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE LICENSING BOARDS 
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND SUPERVISORS 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

Joseph A. Sweeney, Tampa; commissioned November 5, 1949, 
until August 17, 1953. 

Harry Blum, Miami Beach; commissioned January 16, 1950, 
until August 19, 1953. 

P. W. Fisher, Jacksonville; commissioned February 25, 1952, 
until August 26, 1955. 

Geo. W. Dandelake, Jacksonville; commissioned December 
15, 1950, until August 25, 1954. 

Charles C. Colley, Jr., Orlando; commissioned September 2, 
1952, until August 24, 1956. 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Mark W. Lance, St. Augustine; confirmed by the Senate 
May 30, 1949, and commissioned June 3, 1949, during the 
pleasure of the Governor. 

STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

S. Ralph Fetner, Jacksonville; commissioned October 7, 1950, 
until July 1, 1953. 

Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville; commissioned July 19, 1943, 
until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned July 29, 
1947, until July 1, 1951. 

Russell Pancoast, Miami Beach; commissioned July 27, 1946, 
until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned August 8, 
1947, until July 1, 1951. 

Archie G. Parrish, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 20, 
1943, until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned 
August 1, 1947, until July 1, 1951. 

Albert P. Woodard, Tallahassee; commissioned January 15, 
1952, until July 1, 1953. 

MEMBERS BARBER SANITARY COMMISSION 

Roy B. Brown, St. Petersburg; commissioned October 5, 
1949, pending suspension of V. P. Self. 

J. W. Thompson, Jacksonville; commissioned March 3, 1950, 
pending suspension of B. R. Raines. Deceased and Joe L. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 33 

Smith, Miami; commissioned October 13, 1952, until June 18, 
1955. 

Pry or P. Young, Tallahassee; commissioned August 1, 
1952 until June 23, 1955. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS 

(First District) 
Jackie Dick, Ft. Pierce; commissioned June 21, 1951; until 
Senate of 1953. 

(Second District) 
Hazel Costello, Ormond Beach; commissioned June 26, 1951, 
until Senate of 1953. 

(Third District) 
Janet Bailey, Panama City; commissioned June 19, 1951, 
until Senate of 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 

Edward B. Hurd, Miami; commissioned September 27, 1951, 
until January 5, 1952. 

Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach; commissioned June 
22, 1950, until January 8, 1953. 

Joy E. Adams, St. Petersburg; commissioned January 8, 
1951, until January 15, 1954. 

Dr. M. Marcus, Miami; commissioned March 7, 1952 until 
January 5, 1955. 

MEMEBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville; commissioned October 2, 1951, 
until July 12, 1954. 

Geo. M. Coates, Bradenton; commissioned July 16, 1949, 
until July 10, 1952. 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee; commissioned November 30, 1950, 
until July 7, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

Reeves F. Wells, Panama City; commissioned June 20, 1950, 
until February 1, 1954. 

C. J. Masters, Jacksonville; commissioned February 13, 1952, 
until February 1, 1956. 

L. L. Anderson, Clearwater; commissioned March 7, 1952, 
until February 1, 1956. 



34 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

A. W. Kellner, Hollywood; commissioned February 11, 1952, 
until February 1, 1956. 

H. P. McLendon, Orlando; commissioned March 9, 1950, 
until February 1, 1954. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS 

J. Wylly Keck, Coral Gables; commissioned July 23, 1952, 
until July 1, 1956. 
Wylie W. Gillespie, Jacksonville; commissioned March 10, 

1950, until July 1, 1953. 

Sam P. Turnbull, Tallahassee; commissioned July 3, 1951, 
until July 1, 1955. 

Oliver J. Semmes, Jr., Pensacola; commissioned July 22, 
1952, until July 1, 1956. 

Joseph Weil, Gainesville; commissioned July 31, 1951, until 
July 1, 1955. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN BASIC SCIENCES 

E. Morton Miller, Coral Gables; commissioned November 23, 

1946, until September 9, 1950. 

Paul Vestal, Winter Park; commissioned October 5, 1946, 
until September 25, 1950. 

Robert S. Bly, Lakeland; commissioned September 17, 1949, 
until September 10, 1951. 

Mary Noka Hood, Tallahassee; commissioned September 27, 

1947, until September 12, 1951. 

Mark Wirth Emmel, Gainesville; commissioned October 7, 
1949, until September 9, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 

S. B. Schumacher, Jacksonville; commissioned September 
20, 1949, until May 29, 1953. 

G. T. Newberry, Panama City; commissioned October 9, 

1951, until June 12, 1955. 

R. R. Bradford, Miami Beach; commissioned August 18, 

1952, until July 2, 1956. 

C. F. McClamma, Miami; commissioned June 4, 1951, until 
May 5, 1953. 

J. M. Morqus, Arcadia; commissioned June 23, 1950, until 
May 29, 1954. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 35 

FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF 
NURSE REGISTRATION AND NURSING EDUCATION 

Hazel M. Peeples, St. Petersburg; commissioned November 
5, 1949, until August 21, 1953. 

Euraden Stafford, Miami; commissioned August 23, 1948, 
until August 30, 1952. 

Mercedes Murphy, Tallahassee; commissioned December 3, 
1949, until September 5, 1951. 

Delcie C. Inglis, Jacksonville; commissioned October 11, 
1949, until September 9, 1953. Resigned September 9, 1952. 
Gertrude Hare Hughes, Jacksonville; commissioned Novem- 
ber 12, 1952, until September 9, 1953. 

Miss Timoxena Sloan, Miami; commissioned November 17, 
1952, for 4 years. 

Mrs. Orpha Russell, Tallahassee; commissioned November 
10, 1952, for 4 years. 

Jewel Larrimore, Panama City; commissioned November 21, 
1952, until November 21, 1956. 

Margaret Richardson, Pensacola; commissioned October 17, 
1949, until August 20, 1953. 

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 
State at Large 
Edward E. Harper, Pensacola; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 15, 1951, until July 17, 1953. 

First District 
Oliver Carl Neal, Jr., Marianna; commissioned October 11, 
1949, until Senate of 1951. 

Second District 
Preston P. Sherrill, Lake City; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 9, 1951, until July 18, 1954. 

Third District 
Cecil C. Theus, Leesburg; commissioned June 11, 1949, until 
Senate of 1951. 

Fourth District 

Howard W. Robarts, Arcadia; confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 15, 1949, until July 25, 1952. 



36 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifth District 
Kenneth B. Bess, Miami; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 11, 1949, until July 22, 1952. 

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 
(Subject to Senate Confirmation and Sec. 30 of Art. 4, Con- 
stitution.) 

First District 
Cecil M. Webb, Tampa; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 1, 1949, until January 6, 1953. 

Second District 
Miller V. Joiner, Jacksonville; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 1, 1951, until January 4, 1956. 

Third District 
A. F. Rich, Tallahassee; commissioned January 9, 1952, until 
Senate of 1953. 

Fourth District 

E. Harris Drew, West Palm Beach; commissioned December 
19, 1951, until Senate of 1953. Resigned August 11, 1952, and 
Leo J. Adeeb, Miami Beach, commissioned August 25, 1952, 
until Senate of 1953. 

Fifth District 
Walter Warren, Leesburg; commissioned October 1, 1951, 
until Senate of 1953. 

INTER-AMERICAN CENTER AUTHORITY 

D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach; commissioned December 31, 
1952, until May 15, 1956. 

Charles C. Blake, Miami; commissioned June 19, 1951, until 
May 15, 1955. 

W. H. Walker, Miami; commissioned June 9, 1952, until 
May 15, 1956. 

Walter I. Beam, Miami; commissioned June 20, 1951, until 
May 15, 1953. 

Haydon Burns, Jacksonville; commissioned June 20, 1951, 
until May 15, 1955. 

James Sottile, Sr., Miami; commissioned September 16, 1952, 
until May 15, 1953. 

F. M. Traynor, Tampa; commissioned June 28, 1951, until 
May 15, 1954. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 37 

Edward Ball, Tallahassee; commissioned June 10, 1951, until 
May 15, 1955. 

Ralph Nicholson, St. Petersburg; commissioned June 20, 
1951, until May 15, 1953; resigned Aug. 17, 1951. 

George B. Howell, Tampa; commissioned August 31, 1951, 
until May 15, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 
State at Large 
Olin E. Watts, Jacksonville; commissioned July 30, 1952, 
until June 30, 1955. 

First Congressional District 

James D. Bruton, Jr., commissioned October 12, 1950, until 
October 1, 1953. 

Paul Ritter, Winter Haven; commissioned October 31, 1949, 
until August 11, 1952. 

Secoyid Congressional District 
Clarence E. Brown, Lake City; commissioned September 14, 
1951, until August 5, 1954. 

Sam T. Dell, Jr., Gainesville; commissioned September 17, 

1951, until August 10, 1954. 

Third Congressional District 
Weldon G. Starry, Tallahassee; commissioned October 12, 
1950, until October 5, 1953. 

Herbert S. Latham, Pensacola; commissioned November 17, 

1952, until August 15, 1955. 

Fourth Congressional District 

James R. Wilson, Daytona Beach; commissioned September 
17, 1951, until August 10, 1954. 

Nathaniel J. Klein, Miami; commissioned December 8, 1952, 
until October 31, 1955. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Homer Pearson, Miami; commissioned August 12, 1948, until 
July 4, 1952. 

A. H. Lisenby, Panama City; commissioned August 28, 1950, 
until July 13, 1954. 



38 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Morris B. Seltzer, Daytona Beach; commissioned April 15, 
1952, until July 5, 1955. 

Irving Lester Alberts, Miami Beach; commissioned January 
9, 1952, until July 5, 1955. 

Frank D. Gray, Orlando; commissioned July 9, 1952, until 
July 5, 1955. 

Charles W. Bartlett, Tampa; commissioned November 28, 
1952, until July 5, 1956. 

E. B. Hardee, Vero Beach; commissioned August 7, 1952, 
until July 5, 1956. 

Bricey M. Rhodes, Tallahassee; commissioned October 20, 
1949, until July 5, 1953. 

George E. Engelhard, Leesburg; commissioned October 28, 

1951, until July 21, 1953. 

Ralph Spiers, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned August 19, 
1949, until July 5, 1953. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

Roy B. Walsingham, Tampa; commissioned June 29, 1949, 
until July 16, 1953. 

Lewis F. Heaps, Clearwater; commissioned July 20, 1950, 
until July 15, 1954. 

Rex Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned July 30, 1951, until 
July 15, 1955. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Richard S. Berry, St. Petersburg; commissioned November 
26, 1951, until July 29, 1954. 

Armin R. Frank, Marianna; commissioned November 1, 1951, 
until July 29, 1954. 

R. Philip Coker, Panama City; commissioned September 22, 

1952, until August 11, 1955. 

J. A. Camara, Jacksonville; commissioned September 1, 1950, 
until August 16, 1953. 

James J. McCormick, Miami; commissioned September 24, 
1952, until August 20, 1955. 

Edmund Pat Flynn, Tallahassee; commissioned August 11, 
1952, until August 25, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 39 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY 

Russell J. Davis, Lake City; commissioned August 23, 1950, 
until July 20, 1954. 

Dewey H. Johnson, Pensacola; commissioned August 8, 1952, 
until July 30, 1956. 

A. William Morrison, Miami; commissioned July 8, 1952, 
until July 7, 1956. 

C. G. Hamilton, Pompano; commissioned December 14, 1949, 
until July 7, 1953. 

John J. Buzzett, Apalachicola; commissioned November 2, 
1949, until July 18, 1953. 

STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL BOARD 

(Operator) J. P. Walker, Orlando; commissioned August 
28, 1948, until August 13, 1951. 

(Operator) Walter A. Helms, Jacksonville; commissioned 
August 26, 1952, until August 13, 1954. 

(At Large) Fuller Tresca, Jacksonville; commissioned De- 
cember 17, 1949, until August 21, 1952. 

A. Hetrick, Gainesville; commissioned November 9, 1949, 
until August 21, 1952. 

W. B. Gresham, Jr., Tampa; commissioned December 11, 
1952, until August 21, 1955. 

(Operator) R. J. Gordan, Pensacola, commissioned June 6, 
1952, until August 13, 1953. 

Walter H. Thames, Jr., Belle Glade; commissioned Decem- 
ber 18, 1952, until September 27, 1953. (Entomologist) . 

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 
Frank O. Lee, Miami Beach; commissioned August 30, 1950, 

until July 27, 1953. 

Leland Jordan, Jacksonville; commissioned September 24, 

1951, until July 24, 1954. 

W. H. Flannery, St. Petersburg; commissioned September 

30, 1952, until July 26, 1955. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS 
C. E. Dee, Hollywood; commissioned October 13, 1952, until 

September 26, 1956. 

E. L. Matthews, Palatka; commissioned October 3, 1952, until 

September 21, 1955. 



40 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Karl R. Owens, Gainesville; commissioned September 8, 
1952, until September 15, 1953. 

FLORIDA SHIP CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Charles P. Summeral, Eustis; commissioned August 24, 
1945, until June 5, 1949. 

R. Malcolm Fortson, Jacksonville; commissioned July 17, 
1951, until June 5, 1953. 

Rush H. Todd, Ocala; commissioned August 24, 1945, until 
June 5, 1949. 

Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key; commissioned August 24, 1945, 
until June 5, 1949. 

J. W. Campbell, Palatka; commissioned August 24, 1945, 
until June 5, 1949. Deceased. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 41 

OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SUPERVISORS, 
INSPECTORS, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

(Expiration of terms of appointive offices, boards and com- 
missions in accordance with Supreme Court Decision in case 
of State Ex Rel vs. Collins, 101 Fla. 371.) 

UNITED STATES SENATORS 

Spessard L. Holland. Re-elected November 4, 1952, for 6 
year term. 

George H. Smathers. Elected November 7, 1950, for term 
ending January 3, 1956. 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District — Courtney Campbell, Clearwa- 
ter Beach; elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Second Congressional District — Chas. E. Bennett, Jackson- 
ville; re-elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Third Congressional District — Bob Sikes, Crestview. Re- 
elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Fourth Congressional District — Bill Lantaff, Miami. Re- 
elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Fifth Congressional District — A. S. (Syd) Herlong, Lees- 
burg. Re-elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Sixth Congressional District — Dwight L. Rogers, Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Re-elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Seventh Congressional District — James A. Haley, Sarasota. 
Elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

Eighth Congressional District — D. R. (Billy) Matthews, 
Gainesville. Elected November 4, 1952, for 2 years. 

RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
Wilbur C. King, Zolfo Springs; re-elected November 7, 1950 

for 4 years. 

Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee; re-elected November 7, 1950 

for 4 years. 

Richard A. Mack, Tallahassee; re-elected Nov. 4, 1952 for 

4 years. 

SUPERVISOR OP CONSERVATION 
Geo. Vathis, Apalachicola; commissioned January 5, 1949, 
pursuant to the provisions of Chap. 16178, Laws of 1933. 



42 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ADVERTISING COMMISSION 
Subject to Senate Confirmation 

First Congressional District 

Fred H. Howard, Tarpon Springs, commissioned Dec. 31, 
1952 until Senate of 1953. 

Second Congressional District 

John T. Alsop, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned until Senate 
of 1951. 

Third Congressional District 

H. Guy Green, Pensacola, commissioned Jan. 2, 1953 until 
Senate of 1953. 

Fourth Congressional District 
John D. Montgomery, Miami Beach, commissioned Dec. 18, 
1952 until Senate of 1953. 

Fifth Congressional District 

Beverly Grizzard, Fruitland Park, confirmed by Senate and 
commissioned June 19, 1951 until Aug. 1, 1953. 

Sixth Congressional District 
A. Lowell Hunt, Ft. Myers, confirmed by Senate and com- 
missioned Aug. 13, 1951 until Aug. 17, 1953. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL OF EDUCATION 

J. Velma Keen, Tallahassee, commissioned July 29, 1949 
until July 1, 1952. 

Rosabel Quillian, Coral Gables, commissioned Oct. 6, 1952 
until July 1, 1956. 

Marion T. Gaines, Pensacola, commissioned July 22, 1949 
until July 1, 1953. 

Albert W. Litschgi, Tampa, commissioned Oct. 12, 1950 until 
July 1, 1954. 

E. A. Pierce, Bartow, commissioned Oct. 13, 1950, until 
July 1, 1954. 

Allen C. Grazier, St. Petersburg, commissioned Aug. 1, 
1951 until July 1, 1955. 

Carl V. Cesery, Jacksonville, commissioned July 26, 1949 
until July 1, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 43 

ADVISORY HOSPITAL COUNCIL 

Wilson T. Sowder, State Health Officer, Ex Officio. 

W. E. Arnold, Jacksonville, term expired Sept. 3, 1952. 

Alex Mosley Collins, Ocala, term expires Aug. 27, 1954. 

L. B. Anderson, Winter Haven, term expires Sept. 2, 1954. 

J. A. Mease, Jr., Dunedin, term expires Aug. 15, 1955. 

W. C. Payne, Pensacola, term expires Sept. 2, 1955. 

Paul Lee Manning, Miami, term expires Sept. 2, 1953. Re- 
signed Sept. 2, 1952 and Samuel Friedland, Miami Beach, 
commissioned Sept. 15, 1952 until Sept. 2, 1953. 

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 
(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

George Vathis, Apalachicola, Supervisor of Conservation, 
Ex Officio. 

John Salvador, St. Augustine, term expires Sept. 4, 1953. 

DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

Lewis Schott, Daytona Beach, commissioned Jan. 5, 1949 
until Jan. 1953. Resigned Mar. 21, 1952 and John E. Mont- 
gomery, Tallahassee, commissioned Mar. 6, 1952 until 1st 
Monday in January, 1953. 

BUDGET DIRECTOR 

Homer C. Graham commissioned December 11, 1946; term 
expires pleasure of Governor. 

HOTEL COMMISSION 

James T. Landon, Jacksonville; commissioned January 12, 
1949, until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953 
under provisions of Chapter 509.02 Fla. Statutes of 1951. 
Hotel commr. employed by Cabinet. 

STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION 

Arch Livingston, Tallahassee; commissioned January 5, 
1949, until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1953. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERSEAS ROAD 
AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Carl Bervaldi, Key West; commissioned Sept. 26, 1951 
until Senate of 1953. 



44 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Anthony DeMeritt, Key West; commissioned July 18, 1949 
until Senate of 1951. 

Sybil Dexter, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 25, 1951 until July 6, 1953. 

Harry Knight, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 19, 1951 until July 6, 1953. 

John Joseph Cleare, Key West; confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 22, 1951 until June 13, 1953. 

Ralph Betancourt, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 13, 1949 until July 13, 1953. 

Sam E. Harris, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned May 16, 1949 until July 6, 1953. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

J. Tom Cook, Daytona Beach, commissioned Sept. 4, 1951 
until May 23, 1955. 

W. Wright Esch, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 30, 
1951 until May 23, 1953. 

John LaTour, Daytona Beach, commissioned Aug. 31, 1951 
until May 23, 1955. 

Ed M. Lagron, Daytona Beach, commissioned Feb. 25, 1950 
until May 23, 1953. 

Albartus C. Hankins, Daytona Beach, commissioned Feb. 
25, 1950, until May 23, 1953. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 
BROWARD 

B. Brack Cantrell, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned July 30, 

1951 until Aug. 12, 1951. Resigned Nov. 30, 1951 and H. M. 

Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned Dec. 19, 1952 until 

Senate of 1953. 

COLLIER 

W. D. Roberts, Immokalee, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 2, 1951 until Aug. 21, 1951. 

DADE 

J. Cason Ives, Ojus, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned July 16, 1951 until Oct. 2, 1951. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 45 

HENDRY 

C. A. Davis, LaBelle, commissioned June 6, 1950 until Sen- 
ate of 1951. 

HIGHLANDS 

R. J. Hargrove, Venus, confirmed by Senate and commis- 
sioned July 2, 1951 until Aug. 7, 1951. 

GLADES 

W. H. Peeples, Moore Haven, confirmed by Senate and 
commissioned June 28, 1951 until Feb. 9, 1952. 

MARTIN 

O. D. Hataway, Indiantown, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 21, 1951 until Aug. 7, 1951. 

Merle Williams, Indiantown, commissioned Oct. 1, 1952 until 
Senate, 1953. 

MONROE 

Edward Strunk, Key West, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned May 27, 1949 until Aug. 7, 1951. Resigned 
Feb. 9, 1950. 

OKEECHOBEE 

R. A. Burgess, Okeechobee, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned Aug. 14, 1951 until Senate, 1953. 

PALM BEACH 

C. M. Green, West Palm Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 18, 1951 until Aug. 15, 1951. Re- 
signed Mar. 21, 1952. 

ST. LUCIE 

Harry Kicliter, Ft. Pierce, commissioned Jan. 21, 1952 
until Senate of 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers, confirmed by Senate April 
16, 1947 and commissioned April 30, 1947 until June 5, 1951. 

Edward McCarthy, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate 
May 31, 1951 and commissioned June 15, 1951 until June 5, 
1955. 

R. K. Lewis, West Palm Beach, confirmed by the Senate 



46 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

May 31, 1951 and commissioned June 18, 1951 until June 
5, 1955. 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION 

Gilbert Leach, Leesburg, Managing Director, commissioned 
March 21, 1949 until March 5, 1953. (Commissions of all other 
members of this board expired in 1950) . 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

W. Dewey Hilsabeck, Miami, commissioned June 4, 1947 
until June 4, 1951. Resigned April 28, 1949. 

Louis Fisher, Pompano, commissioned September 16, 1946 
until June 5, 1950. Resigned Jan. 13, 1949. 

Clement L. Theed, Miami, commissioned June 3, 1949 until 
June 4, 1951. Resigned December 22, 1950. 

J. Henry Smith, Pompano, commissioned January 20, 1949 
until June 5, 1950. 

W. B. Leak, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 13, 
1949 until June 6, 1951. 

Stacy Rogers, Okeechobee, commissioned June 4, 1949 until 
June 10, 1953. 

W. C. Caveny, Indiantown, commissioned Sept. 18, 1950 
until June 10, 1954. 

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 
State At Large 

(Grower-Shipper) Frank Roper, Winter Garden, commis- 
sioned Feb. 25, 1952 until May 31, 1953. 

(Grower- Shipper) J. J. Parrish, Jr., Titusville, commis- 
sioned June 1, 1952 until May 31, 1954. 

(Grower-Concentrate) C. V. Griffin, Howey-in-the-Hills, 
commissioned June 9, 1952 until May 31, 1954. 

(Grower-Concentrate) H. E. Tooke, Jr., Sanford, commis- 
sioned June 11,..1952 until May 31, 1954. 

Citrus District One 

(Grower) J. R. McDonald, Plant City, commissioned June 
7, 1951 until May 31, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 47 

Citrus District Two 
(Grower) J. Frank Bennett, Clermont, commissioned June 
12, 1952 until May 31, 1954. 

Citrus District Three 
(Grower) Key Scales, Jr., Weirsdale, commissioned June 
18, 1951 until May 31, 1953. 

Citrus District Four 
(Grower) Frank Chase, Windermere, commissioned Oct. 

6, 1952 until May 31, 1954. 

Citrus District Five 
(Grower) O. C. Minton, Ft. Pierce, commissioned June 18, 
1951 until May 31, 1953. 

Citrus District Six 
(Grower) Robert Wooten, Lake Placid, commissioned June 
11, 1952 until May 31, 1954. 

Citrus District Seven 
(Grower) C. V. McClurg, Lakeland, commissioned June 4, 
1951 until May 31, 1953. 

(Grower) W. Arthur Davis, Frostproof, commissioned June 

7, 1951 until May 31, 1953. 

FLORIDA CHILDREN'S COMMISSION 

Ex-Ojjicio Members 

State Supt. of Public Instruction 

State Health Officer 

Chairman Crippled Children's Commission 

Earl Simmons, Plant City, commissioned September 11, 
1947 for 2 years. Re-commissioned Oct. 22, 1949 until Sept. 
11, 1953. 

Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, Miami, commissioned October 13, 
1947 for 2 years. Re-commissioned Nov. 14, 1949 until Oct. 13, 
1953. 

Mrs. Marion H. Hart, Winter Park, commissioned October 
6, 1947 for 2 years. Rowan Rastatter, Jax., commissioned 
March 2, 1950 until Oct. 6, 1953. 

Ellen Whiteside, Miami, commissioned September 17, 1947 
for 2 years. Re-commissioned Oct. 31, 1949 until Sept. 17, 1953. 



48 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

F. A. Currie, West Palm Beach, commissioned November 
25, 1949 until Sept. 16, 1953. 

Lincoln C. Bogue, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 
25, 1947 for 3 years. Re-commissioned Oct. 20, 1950 until 
Sept. 25, 1954. 

Sybil N. Griffin, Tampa, commissioned September 25, 1947 
for 3 years. Re-commissioned November 2, 1950 until Sep- 
tember 25, 1954. 

Mrs. Hamilton Hunt, Tampa, commissioned September 17, 
1947 for 3 years. Re-commissioned Oct. 12, 1950 until Sep- 
tember 17, 1954. 

Geo. T. Swartzott, Jacksonville, commissioned Dec. 31, 1949 
until Sept. 9, 1951. Resigned Aug. 8, 1951. 

Arthur G. Dozier, Marianna, commissioned Aug. 7, 1952 
until Sept. 8, 1955. 

Paul Leo Manning, St. Petersburg, commissioned Oct. 9, 
1952 until Sept. 21, 1955. 

Margaret Bristol, Tallahassee, commissioned Aug. 25, 1952 
until Sept. 15, 1955. 

Jere Stambaugh, Sr., Auburndale, commissioned Sept. 8, 
1952 until Nov. 14, 1955. 

Dr. Hugh A. Carithers, Jacksonville, commissioned April 1, 
1949 until April 1, 1953. 

Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, Pensacola, commissioned Aug. 11, 
1952 until Sept. 9, 1955. 

Paul C. Carpenter, Orlando, commissioned Nov. 22, 1950 
until Sept. 24, 1954. 

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S COMMISSION 
First Congressional District 
Wm. Steitz, Lakeland, commissioned Sept. 10, 1951 until 
June 15, 1955. 

Second Congressional District 
Fred Cobb, Jacksonville, commissioned Sept. 10, 1951 until 
June 23, 1955. 

Third Congressional District 
Sidney P. Levy, Pensacola, commissioned May 9, 1946 
until June 15, 1949. Term expired. Frank A. Fricker, Pensa- 
cola, commissioned November 25, 1949, until June 15, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 49 

Fourth Congressional District 
Mrs. Alice C. Guyton, Miami, commissioned September 15, 
1945, until June 16, 1949. Term expired. Jack Bell, Miami, 
commissioned Dec. 9, 1949 until June 16, 1953. 

Fifth Congressional District 
J. S. McEwan, Orlando, commissioned Sept. 7, 1951 until 
June 18, 1955. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR INSTITUTE OF 

STATE GOVERNMENT 

Harris G. Sims, Lakeland, commissioned July 17, 1946; re- 
commissioned Aug. 2, 1948 until July 17, 1952. 

Mrs. Nancy Hoyt Caldwell, Miami, commissioned August 4, 
1948 until July 20, 1952. 

A. C. Blount, Pensacola, commissioned July 12, 1946 for 
three years. 

William D. Jones, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned July 12, 
1946 for four years. 

BOARD OF PARKS AND HISTORICAL MEMORIALS 

District No. 1 Mabel Yaste, Pensacola, commissioned June 
9, 1952 until Senate of 1953. 

District No. 2. Elizabeth Morley Towers, Jacksonville, com- 
missioned July 29, 1952 until Senate of 1953. 

District No. 3. Karl A. Bickel, Sarasota, confirmed by Sen- 
ate and commissioned July 16, 1951 until 
July 12, 1953. 

District No. 4. Eileen Hubbard Butts, Ormond Beach, com- 
missioned Oct. 17, 1951 until Senate of 1953 

District No. 5. Miles Collier, Everglades, confirmed by Sen- 
ate and commissioned June 19, 1951 until July 
12, 1954. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY 

J. O. Phillips, Lake City, commissioned Oct. 7, 1949 until 
Sept. 5, 1953. 

Lamar Raney, Silver Springs, commissioned Dec. 22, 1950 
until Oct. 1, 1954. 

Guy H. Wesley, Jacksonville, commissioned Oct. 12, 1951 
until Sept. 26, 1955. 



50 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Robert C. Brent, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned Oct. 23, 
1951 until Sept. 17, 1955. 

C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler, commissioned Dec. 30, 1952 
until Aug. 24, 1956. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES FLORIDA STATE 
FIRE COLLEGE 

Earl W. Levy, Tallahassee, commissioned Jan. 8, 1951 until 
Oct. 4, 1953. Resigned May 13, 1952. 

J. H. Witherspoon, West Palm Beach, commissioned August 
25, 1952 until October 4, 1954. 

T. B. Sexton, Ocala, commissioned Nov. 15, 1951 until Sept. 
28, 1955. 

Three Year Members 

W. H. Barnett, Neptune Beach, commissioned September 27, 
1949 for three years. Resigned April 1, 1951. 

J. B. Chancey, Jacksonville, commissioned February 21, 1952 
until September 27, 1952. 

APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL OF THE 
FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

Representing The Employee 

Wm. A. Cooper, Panama City, commissioned October 18, 
1949 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. 
(Building Trades). 

J. J. Keene, Miami, commissioned August 6, 1949 until 1st 
Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. (Service Trades) . 

Raymond B. Cortadellas, Jacksonville, commissioned August 
9, 1949, until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. 
(Metal Trades). 

R. F. Rhodes, Pensacola, commissioned August 18, 1949 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. (Air- 
craft Industry). 

Ed Denham, Sarasota, commissioned Oct. 24, 1951 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1953. 

Representing The Employer 
W. S. Binckley, Jacksonville, commissioned Oct. 19, 1951 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. (Build- 
ing Trades) . 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 51 

F. A. Carpenter, West Palm Beach, commissioned October 
8, 1949 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. 
(Metal Trades). 

Alton B. Boyd, Panama City, commissioned August 9, 1949 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. (Print- 
ing Trades) . 

Johnson Wright, Sarasota, commissioned Aug. 16, 1949 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1953 (Deceased) . 
(Aircraft Industry). 

Representing Supervisor of Trade and 
Industrial Education 
H. F. Hinton, Tallahassee, commissioned August 23, 1949 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953. 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
Chairman 
Raymond E. Barnes, Tallahassee, commissioned January 5, 
1949 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Members (2) 
John C. Pace, Pensacola, commissioned Nov. 14, 1949 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1953 (representing 
Employer) and James A. Harper, Tallahassee, commissioned 
January 7, 1949 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jan- 
uary, 1953 (representing Employee) . 

Director Unemployment Compensation Division 

(Under Civil Service) 

Director Employment Division 

(Under Civil Service) 

Board of Review 

F. Churchill Mellin, Pensacola, commissioned June 14, 

1949 until January 11, 1953. 

Julian Warren, Jacksonville, commissioned Sept. 17, 1951 
until January 12, 1955. Resigned Dec. 15, 1952. Richard War- 
ren, Lake Butler, commissioned Dec. 23, 1952 for unexpired 
term. 

James E. Chace, Gainesville, commissioned January 23, 

1950 until January 12, 1954. 



52 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

FLORIDA BOARD OF MASSAGE 

Edith Dearborn, Miami Beach, commissioned November 24, 
1950 until September 2, 1953. 

Eric L. Wickman, West Palm Beach, commissioned October 
5, 1951 until August 20, 1954. 

Alvin H. Drake, Tallahassee, commissioned August 25, 1952 
until August 21, 1955. 

FLORIDA MILK BOARD 

Administrator 
L. K. Nicholas, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned September 
21, 1945 until May 31, 1949. Re-commissioned April 25, 1949 
until May 31, 1953. 

Board of Health 
Fred B. Ragland, Jacksonville, commissioned December 13, 
1950 until December 13, 1954. 

Department of Agriculture 
J. M. Scott, Gainesville, commissioned September 5, 1946 
until May 30, 1949. Re-commissioned June 17, 1950 until May 
30, 1953. 

Producer 
Louis S. Sheffield, Jacksonville, commissioned March 11, 

1950 until May 30, 1953. 

Distributor 
Henry Schneider, Eustis, commissioned April 19, 1948 until 
May 30, 1950. Re-commissioned June 24, 1950, until May 30, 
1954. 

Producer Distributor 
John G. Hentz, Jr., Panama City, commissioned July 23, 

1951 until May 31, 1954. 

Not Connected with Milk Industry 
Bertha Elliott, Jacksonville, commissioned June 30, 1952 
until May 31, 1954. 

INSPECTORS. INSPECTIONS. DEPARTMENT OF 
AGRICULTURE 

Roy R. Roper, Winter Garden, commissioned January 23, 

1950, at pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 53 

J. A. Johnson, Avon Park, commissioned September 4, 1948, 
at pleasure of the Governor. 

Harry E. Bunker, Arlington, commissioned December 18, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

M. A. Goodson, Lakeland, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

D. J. Poag, Jacksonville, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

H. C. Groff, Palmetto, commissioned December 21, 1948 for 
four years at pleasure of Governor. 

M. M. Gibson, Bagdad, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

S. L. Crews, Vero Beach, commissioned January 25, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Harold J. Stinson, Palm Beach, commissioned February 10, 
1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. C. Womble, Jr., Miami, commissioned February 18, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dewey Harvell, Pensacola, commissioned February 28, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Sam McElvey, Tallahassee, commissioned March 9, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

W. W. Strom, Panama City, commissioned February 13, 
1950, at pleasure of Governor. 

John Evans, Lake Worth, commissioned February 22, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Dan Moyer, Pensacola, commissioned February 18, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Walter Freeze, Clearwater, commissioned August 5, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. W. Mann, Bartow, commissioned February 8, 1950, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

A. M. Devaney, Weirsdale, commissioned September 3, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

H. B. Robinson, Miami, commissioned August 23, 1946, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. E. Hard wick, Jr., West Palm Beach, commissioned May 
18, 1950, at pleasure of Governor. 

J. P. Barker, Tallahassee, commissioned April 13, 1950, at 
pleasure of Governor. 



54 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

W. Ralph Dixon, Winter Garden, commissioned July 31, 
1946, at pleasure of Governor. 

Lloyd Faircloth, Tallahassee, commissioned June 24, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ralph E. Freeman, Belle Glade, commissioned April 17, 
1950, at pleasure of Governor. 

Burtis Simmons, Miami, commissioned April 28, 1950, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Thos. J. Mullin, Miami, commissioned February 22, 1946, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Nat Mayo, Ocala, commissioned October 13, 1952 until 
September 22, 1954 during the pleasure of Governor. 

P. M. Nasworthy, Tampa, commissioned July 26, 1949, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

R. F. Millikin, Palatka, commissioned January 19, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mayo C. Ansley, Brooksville, commissioned January 23, 
1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. W. Saunders, Key West, commissioned January 25, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Knox C. Hendrick, Jacksonville, commissioned January 25, 
1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Tom Alderman, St. Petersburg, commissioned December 
21, 1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Gene Acree, Lake Wales, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

R. G. Dunn, Tampa, commissioned December 21, 1948, for 
four years at pleasure of Governor. 

J. A. McCauley, Jr., Miami, commissioned December 21, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Paul M. Driggers, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
21, 1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

J. C. Shippey, Jacksonville, commissioned December 29, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Albert Colcord, Ft. Myers, commissioned September 4, 
1951 until Feb. 19, 1954. During pleasure of Governor. 

George W. Wilson, Jacksonville, commissioned September 
4, 1951 until September 4, 1955. During pleasure of Governor. 

B. W. Brinson, Jr., Madison, commissioned August 27, 1951 
until August 27, 1955. During pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 55 

A. J. Williams, Alachua, commissioned August 21, 1951 
until August 21, 1955. During pleasure of the Governor. 

Robert H. Lancaster, Jr., Miami, commissioned October 9, 
1952 for four years during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Joseph T. Di Bona, Tampa, commissioned December 29, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Howard W. Kinard, Tallahassee, commissioned December 
28, 1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Thomas B. Newnham, Orlando, commissioned October 6, 
1952, at pleasure of Governor. 

M. D. Matthews, Jacksonville, commissioned March 30, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Carl L. Thompson, Tallahassee, commissioned June 20, 
1951 until February 7, 1954, during pleasure of the Governor. 

Ollie Lancaster, Sr., Daytona Beach, commissioned April 12, 
1951. Pleasure of Governor. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 
State at Large 
Mrs. Jessie Ball duPont, Jacksonville, commissioned Octo- 
ber 2, 1951 until July 1, 1955. 

First Congressional District 
Frank M. Harris, St. Petersburg, commissioned October 
18, 1949 until June 27, 1953. 

Second Congressional District 
Eli H. Fink, Jacksonville, commissioned October 18, 1949 
until June 27, 1953. 

Third Congressional District 
W. Glenn Miller, Monticello, commissioned September 6, 
1951 until July 1, 1955. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Hollis Rinehart, Miami, commissioned July 10, 1952 until 
July 1, 1956. 

Fifth Congressional District 
George J. White, Jr., Mt. Dora, commissioned October 18, 
1949 until June 27, 1953. 



56 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sixth Congressional District 
George W. English, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
September 10, 1951 until July 1, 1954. 

DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION 

J. A. Traylor, Sumterville, commissioned April 10, 1946 
until September 8, 1949. 

James W. West, Bushnell, commissioned April 12, 1946 
until September 13, 1949. 

Broward Miller, Bushnell, commissioned October 30, 1948 
until September 8, 1949. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 
(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

T. M. Cumbie, Quincy, commissioned November 3, 1949 
until June 7, 1953. 

Robert Mclver, Jacksonville, commissioned August 4, 1949 
until June 7, 1953. 

Herbert L. Bryans, Pensacola, commissioned July 30, 1949 
until June 7, 1953. 

Arthur Lee Ward, Port St. Joe, commissioned March 18, 
1952 until November 12, 1955. 

Edward L. Flynn, Tampa, commissioned August 7, 1952 
until November 14, 1955. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE 

A. J. Murphy, Kissimmee, Supervisor, term expires at 
pleasure of Governor. 

James F. Berry, Jacksonville, term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Fred E. Thompson, Jacksonville, term expires at pleasure 
of Governor. 

E. A. Eggart, Pensacola, term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

George P. Megram, Jacksonville, term expires at pleasure 
of Governor. 

W. C. Powell, Jacksonville, term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 57 

JUDAH P. BENJAMIN MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Chas. H. Patten, Ellenton, commissioned May 21, 1946 until 
August 10, 1949. 

Mrs. Eva Gates, Bradenton, commissioned May 8, 1946 until 
August 17, 1949. 

Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton, commissioned May 9, 1946 
until August 10, 1949. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE 
FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Abolished by Chap. 25270, Acts of 1949.) 

GOVERNING BOARD CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN 
FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

Joe S. Earman, Vero Beach, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 15, 1951 until July 12, 1953. 

Roland Hardy, Pompano Beach, commissioned November 
10, 1952 until Senate of 1953. 

Clement Theed, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 14, 1951 until July 12, 1954. 

Broward Daniel, Moore Haven, commissioned August 21, 
1952 until Senate of 1953. 

Julius Jay Perlmutter, Miami Beach, commissioned De- 
cember 23, 1952 until Senate of 1953. 

STATE BOARD OF DISPENSING OPTICIANS 

Bennie A. Barberi, Pensacola; term expires November 2, 
1953. 

Arthur Ehrmantraut, Miami; term expires November 2, 
1953. 

Leon St. John, Tampa; term expired November 3, 1951. 

J. H. Abernathy, Jacksonville; term expired November 4, 
1952. 

Lindsey E. Beckum, Gainesville; term expires November 
14, 1954. 

MEMBERS STATE PAROLE COMMISSION 

Francis Rhett Bridges, Jr., Jacksonville; appointed and 
confirmed by the Senate May 29, 1947 and commissioned 
June 10, 1947 until October 6, 1953. 



58 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Joseph Young Cheney, Tallahassee, confirmed by Senate 
and commissioned June 3, 1949 until October 7, 1955. 

Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 12, 1951 until October 7, 1957. 

MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD 

Merged into the Florida State Improvement Commission 
under Sees. 420.01 to 420.11 Fla. Statutes of 1941. 

FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION 

Edgar B. Liddon, Sneads, commissioned July 7, 1949 until 
June 6, 1953. 

Charles W. Blum, Jacksonville, commissioned November 
9, 1949 until June 6, 1953. 

Sidney L. Segall, Miami, commissioned February 13, 1952 
until June 6, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD 

W. Hudson Rogers, Tallahassee, commissioned April 23, 
1949 until March 17, 1953. 

Rembert W. Patrick, Gainesville, commissioned November 
30, 1950 until March 29, 1954. 

R. Kay Porter, Perry, commissioned December 12, 1950 
until September 5, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD 
First Congressional District 
L. T. Langford, Plant City, commissioned August 25, 1949 
until July 31, 1953. 

Second Congressional District 
William J. Nolan, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned Dec. 30, 
1952 until August 1, 1955. 

Third Congressional District 
Dave Gaskin, Wewahitchka, commissioned August 10, 1951 
until July 31, 1955. 

Fourth Congressional District 
John G. DuPuis, Jr., Miami, commissioned December 28, 
1949 until July 31, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 59 

Fifth Congressional District 
Carl E. Barber, St. Cloud, commissioned September 5, 
1950 until July 31, 1954. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Arthur Paul Frizzell, Murdock, commissioned August 13, 
1952 until July 31, 1956. 

Seventh Congressional District 
John H. Turner, Arcadia, commissioned September 1, 1950 
until July 31, 1954. 

Eighth Congressional District 
Hal Chaires, Old Town, commissioned July 9, 1951 until 
July 9, 1955. 

STATE VETERANS COMMISSION 

State at Large 
Norton R. Ganger, Miami, commissioned August 31, 1946 
until August 1, 1950. Re-commissioned September 5, 1950, 
until August 1, 1954. 

First Congressional District 
V. Ray Judson, Bartow, commissioned August 7, 1952 until 
August 1, 1956. 

Second Congressional District 
George Lawrence Killam, Jacksonville, commissioned Sep- 
tember 18, 1951 until August 1, 1955. 

Third Congressional District 
W. H. Cates, Tallahassee, commissioned August 6, 1952 
until August 1, 1956. 

Fourth Congressional District 
John G. MacFarlan, Miami, commissioned October 18, 1949, 
until August 1, 1953. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Rupert N. Caviness, Ocala, commissioned August 13, 1951, 
until August 1, 1955. 



60 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sixth Congressional District 
Claude C. Jones, Arcadia, commissioned September 2, 
1952, until August 1, 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE RACING COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
Carl Hanton, Ft. Myers, commissioned June 11, 1951, until 
1st Monday in January 1953. 

Second Congressional District 
G. Warren Sanchez, Live Oak, commissioned June 21, 1951, 
until 1st Monday in January 1953. 

Third Congressional District 
Charles S. Isler, Jr., Panama City, commissioned June 11, 
1951, until 1st Monday in January 1953. 

Fourth Congressional District 
D. C. Jones, Naples, commissioned June 11, 1951, until 
1st Monday in January 1953. Resigned November 4, 1952 
and James Sottile, Jr., commissioned November 13, 1952, until 
1st Monday in January 1953. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Lawrence Rogers, Kissimmee, commissioned June 11, 1951, 
until 1st Monday in January 1953. 

MEMBERS STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 

First Congressional District 
Alfred A. McKethan, Tallahassee, confirmed by Senate 
and commissioned April 6, 1949, until 1st Monday in Janu- 
ary 1953. 

Second Congressional District 

J. Glover Taylor, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 23, 1949, until 1st Monday in Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Third Congressional District 

Marion G. Nelson, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned April 20, 1949 until 1st Monday in Janu- 
ary 1953. 



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Fourth Congressional District 
Merrill P. Barber, Vero Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned April 20, 1949, until 1st Monday in Janu- 
ary 1953. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Trusten P. Drake, Jr., Ocala, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned April 18, 1949, until 1st Monday in January 
1953. 

MEMBERS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Welfare Commissioner 
Sherwood Smith, Jacksonville, commissioned January 31, 
1950, until June 30, 1953. 

Members 
State at Large 
William B. Perkins, Tallahassee, commissioned January 2, 
1953 until Senate of 1953. 

First Congressional District 
Mr. Murrel H. McWhirter, Tampa, commissioned November 
9, 1951 until Senate of 1953. 

Second Congressional District 
Emmett Safay, Jacksonville, commissioned July 24, 1951 
until Senate of 1953. 

Third Congressional District 
John T. Murphy, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned August 6, 1951 until July 2, 1954. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Frances Davis Gordon, Coral Gables, commissioned Jan. 25, 
1950 to Senate 1951. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Paul E. Raymond, Daytona Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned October 25, 1951 until July 2, 1953. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Christine Edenfield, Ft. Lauderdale, confirmed by the Sen- 
ate and commissioned August 8, 1951 until July 2, 1954. 



62 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

DISTRICT BOARD SOCIAL WELFARE 

District No. 1 
Mrs. Vella Newton, Bonifay, commissioned November 27, 

1951 until October 4, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Cebelle Meigs, Niceville, commissioned August 8, 1950 

until November 5, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

T. W. Jones, Milton, commissioned September 3, 1949 until 
July 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

John M. Coahy, Lynn Haven, commissioned March 27, 

1952 until January 14, 1954, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Luke Crary, Bluff Springs, commissioned September 26, 
1952 until July 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

L. F. Nelson, Century, commissioned May 14, 1949 until 
August 29, 1952, during pleasure of the Governor. Resigned 
February 8, 1952. 

W. G. Foster, Warrington, commissioned October 30, 1950 
until September 19, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. N. Faile, Panama City, commissioned April 8, 1952, until 
September 16, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Wm. A. Henderson, Pensacola, commissioned December 11, 
1950 until Aug. 27, 1954. During pleasure of Governor. 

D. D. Coleman, Bonifay, commissioned June 3, 1947 until 
October 4, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

John E. Creel, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned September 
17, 1951 until March 20, 1955. During the pleasure of Governor. 

J. M. Engram, Chipley, commissioned January 15, 1949, 
until April 9, 1951 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Valparaiso, commissioned February 
19, 1952 until February 18, 1956. 

Mrs. Nathan S. Rubin, Pensacola, commissioned October 24, 
1952 until October 24, 1956. 

Mrs. Johnnie Odom, McDavid, commissioned January 17, 
1950 until July 1, 1953 during pleasure of Governor. 

Dorothy Kramer, Pensacola, commissioned December 2, 
1952 until August 29, 1956. 

Taft Ard, Bonifay, commissioned November 24, 1952 until 
November 24, 1956. 

John M. Coahy, Lynn Haven, commissioned March 27, 
1952 until January 14, 1954. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 63 

Mrs. Hugh Adams, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned August 
5, 1952 until August 5, 1956. 

District No. 2 

Mrs. O. C. Parker, Tallahassee, commissioned February 6, 
1950 until February 11, 1954, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. Resigned November 6, 1952. 

C. L. Rehwinkle, Crawfordville, commissioned August 28, 
1950 until August 13, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

H. C. Summitt, Tallahassee, commissioned November 1, 1950 
until February 4, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Resigned July 9, 1952 and Sidney Mendelson, Tallahassee, 
commissioned October 13, 1952 until February 4, 1954. 

J. A. Ramsey, Blountstown, commissioned July 22, 1949 
until March 7, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Clara Rankin, Bristol, commissioned June 8, 1950 until Feb- 
ruary 5, 1954. 

Rev. T. I. Deane, Quincy, commissioned March 13, 1948 
until February 6, 1952, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

T. E. Austin, Apalachicola, commissioned July 28, 1948 
until February 10, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Re-commissioned May 31, 1950 until February 10, 1954. 

Mary Lou Miller, Monticello, commissioned November 8, 
1950 until February 11, 1954, during the pleasure of Governor. 
Resigned May 29, 1952. 

Robert E. Bellows, Port Saint Joe, commissioned April 22, 
1950 until February 24, 1954, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

A. D. Williams, Graceville, commissioned June 12, 1946 
until March 5, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re- 
commissioned July 27, 1950 until March 6, 1954. 

A. Glenn Holley, Marianna, commissioned November 27, 
1948 until March 5, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Re-commissioned until March 5, 1954. 

Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Quincy, commissioned June 2, 1950 
until February 12, 1954 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Lucille Fuqua, Altha, commissioned October 22, 1952 until 
October 22, 1956. 

Mrs. Mabel B. Moore, Tallahassee, commissioned October 
22, 1952 until December 12, 1955. 



64 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Roumelle Bowen, Tallahassee, Commissioned November 
12, 1952 until February 11, 1954. 

V. L. Cooper, Crawfordville, commissioned July 16, 1952 
until July 16, 1956. 

Emma Anderson, Port St. Joe, commissioned September 
10, 1951 until September 10, 1955 during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Inez Parrish, Sumatra, commissioned August 17, 1951 until 
August 17, 1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Don C. Hance, Carrabelle, commissioned August 20, 1951 
until August 20, 1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. J. R. Cooksey, Monticello, commissioned September 4, 

1951 until September 4, 1955 during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

District No. 3 

R. H. Johnson, Trenton, commissioned October 3, 1952 until 
July 30, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. L. R. Woodward, Madison, commissioned September 
6, 1951 until September 6, 1955 during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

E. C. McLeod, Shamrock, commissioned May 26, 1952 until 
May 26, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

A. Hubert Rust, Live Oak, commissioned October 6, 1952 
until October 6, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

G. A. Buie, Sr., Lake City, commissioned November 9, 1951 
until November 8, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. E. Stell, Williston, commissioned October 29, 1951 until 
October 28, 1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Cleveland Moore, Trenton, commissioned September 25, 

1952 until September 25, 1956, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison, commissioned July 6, 1950, 
until April 3, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Bertha Register, Jasper, commissioned October 21, 1948 
until July 1, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Lee Elliott, Cross City, commissioned September 13, 1949 
until August 25, 1951, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. R. Medlock, Mayo, commissioned July 9, 1949 until July 
1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 65 

John Rowland, Perry, commissioned March 22, 1950 until 
March 2, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

B. B. Harrison, Chiefland, commissioned September 28, 

1951 until September 16, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. E. A. McColskey, Lake City, commissioned July 24, 
1950 until December 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

W. L. Tedder, Live Oak, commissioned October 30, 1950 
until July 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

W. S. Lovelace, Oldtown, commissioned September 4, 1951 
until August 21, 1953, during pleasure of the Governor. 

Harry Lauland, Perry, commissioned September 13, 1951 
until September 13, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

E. B. Williams, Mayo, commissioned October 4, 1951 until 
October 3, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

L. E. Parker, Perry, commissioned March 18, 1952 until 
March 2, 1954, during pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 4 

Rachel R. Upham, St. Petersburg, commissioned July 19, 
1950 until July 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

George M. Allen, Brooksville, commissioned April 8, 1952 
until November 12, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dr. Grace Whitford Parr, Ozona, commissioned July 17, 
1950 until November 10, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

George B. Wells, Dade City, commissioned November 10, 

1952 until November 20, 1953. 

Miss Mildred Baynard, Shell Isle, commissioned February 

28, 1952 until September 18, 1954, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

W. Harvey Edwards, Crystal River, commissioned Novem- 
ber 30, 1951 until November 30, 1955, during the pleasure 
of the Governor. 

Mrs. Bainbridge Toppin, Pass-a-Grille, commissioned De- 
cember 7, 1951 until December 7, 1955, during the pleasure 
of the Governor. 

Mrs. W. A. McMullen, Jr., Largo, commissioned January 

29, 1947 until January 9, 1950, during the pleasure of the 



66 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Governor. Re-commissioned July 31, 1950 until January 9, 
1954. 

Harry E. Graham, New Port Richey, commissioned Novem- 
ber 12, 1952 until November 12, 1956, during pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Charles Phillips, Clearwater, commissioned December 11, 

1950 until August 29, 1954, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Wm. B. Thirwell, Brooksville, commissioned June 2, 1950 
until November 12, 1953. Resigned January 1, 1952. 

Ruth W. Walker, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 8, 

1951 until October 12, 1954. 

May Belle Rogers, Brooksville, commissioned January 13, 

1952 until January 13, 1956. 

District No. 5 

Dr. U. S. Gordon, Gainesville, commissioned March 11, 1946, 
until March 2, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler, commissioned Decem- 
ber 16, 1947 until July 1, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. Term expired and Christine T. Warren, Lake 
Butler, commissioned July 5, 1949 until July 1, 1953. Re- 
signed June 28, 1950 and W. L. Brown, Lake Butler, com- 
missioned August 3, 1950 until July 1, 1953, during the pleas- 
ure of the Governor. Resigned April 10, 1952. 

Mrs. Ray V. Wilson, St. Augustine, commissioned Decem- 
ber 12, 1951 until December 12, 1955, during the pleasure of 
the Governor. 

Mrs. Nell L. Allen, Bunnell, commissioned October 24, 1951 
until November 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. J. F. Mercer, Bunnell, commissioned October 21, 1951 
until October 20, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Morgan Ashley, Crescent City, commissioned December 
17, 1951 until December 17, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Ira Thomas, Green Cove Springs, commissioned February 
8, 1952 until February 8, 1956, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Ida M. Knabb, Macclenny, commissioned July 31, 1951 
until September 15, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 67 

S. E. Sparks, Starke, commissioned July 20, 1948 until May 
7, 1952, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Reddin Britt, St. Augustine, commissioned August 12, 

1948 until June 14, 1952, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Mrs. Jean L. B. Burt, Palatka, commissioned September 4, 

1951 until July 16, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Mrs. Sarah George Geiger, Green Cove Springs, commis- 
sioned April 28, 1952 until November 29, 1954. 

T. R. Connell, Starke, commissioned April 25, 1952 until 
April 25, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Louis A. Gaitanis, Gainesville, commissioned May 2, 1952 
until March 2, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Alice Cason, Raiford, commissioned June 9, 1952 until 
June 9, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Douglas G. Fink, Fernandina, commissioned July 6, 

1952 until July 16, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Mrs. H. W. Fishier, Fernandina, commissioned July 16, 

1952 until July 16, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. E. Thrasher, Micanopy, commissioned May 26, 1952 until 
May 26, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

James G. Richardson, Alachua, commissioned May 15, 1952 
until May 15, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Maebrooks Allen, Macclenny, commissioned November 23, 

1949 until September 15, 1953, during pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

District No. 6 

Mrs. M. H. Ellis, Jacksonville, commissioned March 5, 1946, 
until November 12, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Resigned May 3, 1949. 

Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
18, 1946 until November 14, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. Re-commissioned December 10, 1949 until Novem- 
ber 14, 1953. 

Miranda Yerkes Childress, Jacksonville, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 6, 1946, until November 18, 1949, during the pleasure of 
the Governor. Resigned April 1, 1947. 

Geo. L. Rosborough, Atlantic Beach, commissioned April 
25, 1944. Re-commissioned February 2, 1948, until January 
7, 1952, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned Au- 
gust 1, 1951. 



68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Jacquelin Daniels, Jacksonville, commissioned December 6, 
1946, until December 5, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Edith M. James, Jacksonville, commissioned March 1, 1951 
until December 3, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Joseph P. Mallard, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
6, 1946, until December 5, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

L. T. Bowles, Jacksonville, commissioned November 28, 

1951 until December 5, 1954, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Murial L. Marron, Jacksonville, commissioned April 1, 1952 
until November 18, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Christina Beakes, Mandarin, commissioned August 1, 1952 
until August 1, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Horace M. Anderson, Jacksonville, commissioned July 22, 

1952 until July 22, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
James A. Cranford, Jacksonville, commissioned August 21, 

1952 until August 21, 1956. 

Mrs. Roxie Home Merrill, Jacksonville, commissioned De- 
cember 1, 1948, until November 11, 1949, during the pleasure 
of the Governor. Re-commissioned November 30, 1949 until 
November 11, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Arthur J. Rosenthal, Jacksonville, commissioned August 24, 
1948, until November 4, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. Re-commissioned November 9, 1949 until November 
4, 1953. 

Fred S. Rizk, Jacksonville, commissioned November 18, 
1949 until November 12, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

John H. Mitchell, Jacksonville, commissioned December 8, 
1949 until December 2, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Richard G. Urban, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
31, 1949 until November 19, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Sidney Entman, Jacksonville, commissioned Feb. 13, 1951 
until December 6, 1954, during pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 69 

District No. 7 

L. B. Poston, Lutz, commissioned March 8, 1950 until Oct- 
ober 7, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. John H. Pratt, Tampa, commissioned April 14, 1950, 
until September 30, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dick A. Greco, Tampa, commissioned March 22, 1950 until 
October 6, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

David L. Zielonka, Tampa, commissioned August 12, 1946, 
until August 12, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Resigned March 8, 1950. 

Oswald Delgado, Lutz, commissioned June 26, 1952 until 
September 10, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Rev. A. R. Larrick, Plant City, commissioned March 29, 
1950, until November 11, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Sophie B. Neal, Tampa, commissioned March 30, 1950, until 
September 23, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Gettis B. Henderson, Tampa, commissioned March 9, 1950, 
until September 23, 1953, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

John W. Moreland, Tampa, commissioned September 21, 
1946, until September 22, 1949. 

George D. Goff, Tampa, commissioned March 30, 1950 until 
September 22, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

James C. Hughey, Tampa, commissioned July 10, 1950 until 
August 12, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 8 

Edward J. McCann, Punta Gorda, term expires December 
3, 1955. 

Mrs. Ellen H. Bee, Sebring, term expires December 29, 1955. 
Resigned June 25, 1952. 

Read B. Harding, Arcadia, term expires July 25, 1956. 

Luda Blanche Seron, Sebring, term expires July 22, 1956. 

A. B. Shogren, Sarasota, commissioned November 10, 1950, 
until January 4, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

May D. Durrance, Punta Gorda, commissioned February 
15, 1950, until December 29, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Walker H. Tucker, Bradenton, commissioned June 17, 1950 



70 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

until December 17, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Sam W. Johnson, Ft. Myers, commissioned January 16, 1950, 
until December 17, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. A. McGehee, Clewiston, commissioned February 13, 1950, 
until January 22, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

M. J. Schultz, Wauchula, commissioned September 12, 1948, 
until March 27, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Resigned December 13, 1949. 

Otis W. Garland, Wauchula, commissioned June 12, 1950 
until March 27, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

R. Boe, Moore Haven, commissioned February 8, 1950, until 
January 7, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. L. M. Moseley, Avon Park, commissioned May 20, 
1950, until February 18, 1954, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Lloyd M. Lilly, Moore Haven, commissioned September 17, 

1951 until September 16, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Robert Griff is, Marco, commissioned October 1, 1951 
until September 30, 1955, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mabel Ryan, Arcadia, commissioned June 4, 1952 for 4 
years, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Kenneth R. Bain, Wauchula, commissioned October 13, 

1952 until September 20, 1955. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton, LaBelle, commissioned November 17, 
1952 for 4 years. 

R. Alvis Reynolds, Bradenton, commissioned November 19, 
1952 for 4 years. 

Paul G. Franklin, Ft. Myers, commissioned October 19, 1951, 
until October 18, 1955, during pleasure of Governor. 

District No. 9 

Mrs. Garland M. Budd, Coral Gables, commissioned Octo- 
ber 9, 1952 until October 9, 1956, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Ralph W. Rogers, Key West, commissioned September 4, 
1951 until August 3, 1954, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Mrs. M. L. Todd, Miami, commissioned March 18, 1952 
until March 18, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 71 

Mrs. Hilda M. Rader, Miami, commissioned March 21, 1952 
until March 21, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Ben Shepard, Hialeah, commissioned March 24, 1952 until 
March 24, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

John E. Culmer, Miami, commissioned March 24, 1952 until 
March 24, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Lucien L. Renart, Miami, commissioned March 20, 1952 
until March 20, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. James L. Anderson, Coral Gables, commissioned March 
20, 1952 until March 20, 1956, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Mervin Russell, Key West, commissioned October 30, 
1952 until January 15, 1956. 

Vance C. Stirrup, Key West, commissioned January 15, 1952 
until January 15, 1956. Resigned August 12, 1952. 

Philip G. Bari, Miami, commissioned September 25, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until August 8, 1954. 

Henry H. Meador, Miami, commissioned August 21, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 20, 1954. 

Glenn C. James, Miami, commissioned February 6, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1953. 

Mrs. Stanley Myers, Miami, commissioned November 14, 
1949, during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1953. 

Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Homestead, commissioned November 
9, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1953. 

Michael Goodwin, Miami, commissioned November 10, 1949, 
until July 1, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Thomas B. Duff, Miami, commissioned October 18, 1950, 
until October 12, 1954, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Glenn Bludworth, Miami, commissioned August 9, 1950, 
until July 11, 1954. 

Mrs. Chas. A. Carroll, Miami, commissioned March 24, 1952, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until March 24, 1956. 

Jack Horsley, Jr., Miami, commissioned November 21, 1949, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1953. 

Harry Zukernick, Miami Beach, commissioned November 7, 
1949, until July 1, 1953. 

W. C. Johnson, Miami, commissioned December 31, 1949 
until July 1, 1953. 



72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Johanna L. Dowling, Miami, commissioned November 14, 

1949, until July 1, 1953. 

District No. 10 
Lucille Turnage, West Palm Beach, commissioned August 
25, 1950, until March 4, 1954. 

Annie M. Nobles, Ft. Pierce, commissioned September 5, 

1951 until September 5, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

W. E. Oliver, Stuart, term expires November 22, 1955. 

J. A. Cranford, Jacksonville, commissioned August 21, 1952 
until August 21, 1956. 

M. Helene Williamson, Okeechobee, commissioned August 
13, 1952 until August 13, 1956. 

Mary McEwen, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned August 27, 

1952 until July 11, 1954. 

Grace M. Odum, Pompano Beach, commissioned December 
22, 1949 until October 20, 1953. 

Frank E. Quinsenberry, Jensen Beach, commissioned Oct- 
ober 4, 1951 until October 3, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Grady H. Brantley, Lake Worth, commissioned June 
27, 1950 until June 10, 1954. 

Dorris Sasser, Pahokee, commissioned July 23, 1952 until 
April 15, 1954. 

Thos. E. Penick, West Palm Beach, commissioned July 17, 

1950, until March 31, 1954, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

J. B. Evans, Delray Beach, commissioned June 30, 1950, 
until June 21, 1954. 

Elizabeth A. Earman, Vero Beach, commissioned November 
30, 1950, until May 23, 1954, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Katherine Crockett, Oakland Park, commissioned Novem- 
ber 23, 1951 until November 22, 1955. 

Georgianna Humphries, Hollywood, commissioned January 
21, 1952 until January 16, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Mrs. Hiram Raulerson, Okeechobee, commissioned October 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 73 

7, 1951 until October 6, 1955, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Mrs. Frank M. Bradley, Ft. Pierce, commissioned October 

4, 1951 until October 3, 1955, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

District No. 11 

Mrs. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale, commissioned June 30, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until March 21, 1954. Re- 
signed January 30, 1952. 

Nye E. Jordan, Bartow, commissioned February 2, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 3, 1952. 

Henry Gatrell, Fairfield, commissioned June 29, 1952 until 
March 21, 1954. 

B. J. Langston, Lakeland, commissioned September 22, 1952 
until September 7, 1955. 

John W. Calvin, Winter Haven, commissioned November 
17, 1952 until November 2, 1953. 

Mrs. R. F. E. Cooke, Leesburg, commissioned February 19, 

1951 until July 24, 1953, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Edwin N. Lightfoot, Scott Lake, commissioned June 11, 

1952 until November 3, 1953, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Rebecca J. Caldwell, Lake Wales, commissioned October 
2, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor until September 

5, 1954. Resigned April 20, 1951. 

Mrs. Virginia Dean, Eustis, commissioned July 6, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 12, 1953. 

Jessie Mae Boring, Wildwood, commissioned September 11, 
1950, during the pleasure of the Governor until June 23, 1954. 

Mrs. Rollie Tillman, Lake Wales, commissioned December 
9, 1948, during the pleasure of the Governor, until December 
9, 1952. 

District No. 12 

Mrs. Mary E. Summerlin, Daytona Beach, commissioned 
March 10, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor until 
November 11, 1953. 

Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Kissimmee, commissioned February 
25, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor until Novem- 
ber 20, 1953. 



74 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

James F. Clardy, DeLand, commissioned April 25, 1949, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1949. 
Resigned November 10, 1949. 

Eldridge Hart, Orlando, commissioned December 14, 1945, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1949. 
Deceased. 

Elizabeth R. Fawsett, Orlando, commissioned August 31, 

1946, during the pleasure of Governor until August 30, 1950. 
George I. Fullerton, New Smyrna, commissioned July 8, 

1950, during the pleasure of the Governor until December 
1, 1953. 

Charles E. Damsel, Apopka, commissioned December 19, 

1951 until December 19, 1955, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

H. L. Webb, St. Cloud, commissioned February 6, 1952 
until February 6, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

George W. Morgan, Oviedo, commissioned May 5, 1952 
until May 5, 1956, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

George K. Otto, Eau Gallie, commissioned November 10, 

1952 until April 25, 1954. 

Paul Fearington, DeLand, commissioned August 9, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1953. 

Ruth M. Maguire, Orlando, commissioned October 9, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 25, 1953. 

Mary Holler, Sanford, commissioned October 20, 1949, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor until March 6, 1953. 

H. W. Barnum, Winter Park, commissioned August 16, 1948, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1949. 

Warrene Piper, Orlando, commissioned September 20, 1950, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until August 30, 1954. 

STATE COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND 

Ex-Officio Member 
Paul Raymond, Daytona Beach. 
E. B. Brandt, St. Petersburg, commissioned November 5, 

1947, until November 19, 1951. 

W. Keith Phillips, Miami, commissioned November 10, 1947, 
until November 18, 1951. 

Norman Stone, Tallahassee, commissioned December 3, 1949, 
until November 21, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 75 

Wm. Catlin, Jacksonville, commissioned December 10, 1949, 
until November 21, 1953. 

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW 

Mrs. James A. Craig, Jacksonville, commissioned May 13, 
1930; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 
Florida Statutes, 1941. 

Miss Florence Carrington, Miami, commissioned June 18, 
1934; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 
Florida Statutes, 1941. 

Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa, commissioned January 21, 1936; 
term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Florida 
Statutes, 1941. 

STATE AUDITORS AND ASSISTANTS 

State Auditor 

Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned October 18, 1951, 
until August 13, 1955. 

Assistants 

A. J. Henry, Tallahassee, commissioned July 19, 1951, until 
July 5, 1955. 

W. G. Hendricks, Tallahassee, commissioned July 19, 1951, 
until June 30, 1955. 

A. P. Ashby, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned August 27, 1948, 
until August 2, 1952. 

Henry L. Connor, Tallahassee, commissioned July 30, 1951, 
until June 30th, 1955. 

George T. Nunez, Tallahassee, commissioned July 30, 1951, 
until June 30, 1955. 

W. M. Abernathy, Tallahassee, commissioned January 3, 
1949, until December 17, 1952. 

John F. Bergert, Orlando, commissioned May 12, 1950, 
until May 6, 1954. 

W. E. Grissett, Jacksonville, commissioned October 15, 1949, 
until January 4, 1953. 

Philip S. Shaw, Sarasota, commissioned April 27, 1950, until 
December 4, 1952. 

Clifford M. Howell, Miami, commissioned March 27, 1950, 
until January 4, 1953. 



76 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE CHEMIST 

J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee, term expires August 4, 1953. 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS 

Nails Berryman, Tallahassee, commissioned February 18, 
1952, until September 7, 1955. 

J. K. Lawton, Tallahassee, term expired August 26, 1933. 
Gordon Hart, Tallahassee, term expired August 30, 1933. 
Richard M. Smith, Tallahassee, term expired Oct. 26, 1935. 

STATE HEALTH OFFICER 

Wilson T. Sowder, Jacksonville, commissioned November 1, 
1949, until September 11, 1953. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 

L. Neil Rhodes, Jacksonville, commissioned May 30, 1952, 
until June 6, 1954. 

SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY 
SHIP CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Same Members as Ship Canal Authority) 
C. P. Summerall, Eustis, commissioned August 24, 1945, 
until June 5, 1949. 

R. Malcolm Fortson, Jacksonville, commissioned July 17, 

1951, until June 5, 1953. 

Rush H. Todd, Ocala, commissioned August 24, 1945, until 
June 5, 1949. 

Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key, commissioned August 24, 1945, 
until June 5, 1949. 

J. W. Campbell, Palatka, commissioned August 24, 1945, 
until June 5, 1949. Deceased. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs, commissioned Novem- 
ber 27, 1952, until August 23, 1956. 

Joseph A. Cawthon, Orlando, commissioned December 1, 

1952, until August 22, 1956. 

Earl Brown, DeLand, commissioned December 30, 1952, 
until August 28, 1956. 

Anna C. Miller, Jacksonville, commissioned April 15, 1952, 
until May 29, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 77 

Lamar Bledsoe, Tallahassee, commissioned December 2, 1952, 
until August 28, 1956. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS VARIOUS RAILROADS 

Created by Section 6653 CGL 1927. 354.01 to 354.07 Fla. 
Statutes 1951. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

A. W. Clardy, Ocala, term expires October 30, 1954. 
K. K. Stokes, Orlando, term expires April 7, 1953. 
L. E. Carlton, Lakeland, term expires April 7, 1953. 
T. K. Whitley, Ocala, term expires April 18, 1953. 
M. M. Land, Tampa, term expires May 12, 1953. 

M. M. DesChamps, Wilmington, N. C, term expires July 25, 
1953. 

W. P. Ridout, Tampa, term expires July 25, 1953. 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa, term expires July 25, 1953. 
S. C. Graham, Sanford, term expires July 25, 1953. 

P. H. Rimes, St. Petersburg, term expires November 25, 1953. 

E. M. Brown, Jacksonville, term expires December 18, 1953. 
R. V. Simmons, Tampa, term expires December 19, 1953. 

Resigned November 6, 1952. 

A. B. Rogers, Tampa, term expires March 4, 1954. Resigned 
November 7, 1952. 

C. E. Bass, Tampa, term expires April 4, 1954. 

B. L. O'Briant, Jacksonville, term expires June 20, 1954. 

F. D. Harrison, Jacksonville, term expires July 6, 1954. 

B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs, term expires June 4, 1954. 
W. D. Embry, Lakeland, term expires July 6, 1954. 

J. H. Swink, Wilmington, N. C, term expires October 13, 
1954. 

S» S. Duncan, Wilmington, N. C, term expires September 3, 
1954. 

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILROAD 

C. G. Wakeley, St. Augustine, term expires August 22, 1953. 
R. M. Mehaffey, Miami, term expires June 21, 1953. 

S. J. Berry, South Jacksonville, term expires July 9, 1953. 

G. S. Nailling, Miami, term expires July 9, 1953. 

W. A. Bader, Jacksonville, term expires September 29, 1954. 



78 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville, term expires Feb. 23, 1954. 
Oscar T. Silcox, New Smyrna Beach, term expires June 15, 
1954. 

Luther Hall, Jacksonville, term expires July 5, 1954. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY 

J. R. Knight, Miami, term expires October 10, 1954. 
James C. Pennington, Tampa, term expires May 29, 1953. 
O. M. Spears, Jacksonville, term expires November 12, 1953. 
L. E. Green, Jacksonville, term expires November 23, 1953. 
J. C. Walker, West Palm Beach, term expires November 15, 
1953. 

D. L. Solomon, Jacksonville, term expires March 18, 1954. 
A. F. Marshall, Jacksonville, term expires March 18, 1954. 
R. O. Smith, Tallahassee, term expires November 4, 1954. 
W. R. Owens, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 1954. 
C. M. West, Tallahassee, term expires November 4, 1954. 
J. K. Huey, Wildwood, term expires November 4, 1954. 

J. H. Baldwin, Miami, term expires October 29, 1954. 
J. E. Ozburn, Miami, term expires October 29, 1954. 
R. E. Davis, Miami, term expires October 24, 1954. 

E. L. Webb, Tampa, term expires November 4, 1954. 
W. H. Adcock, Tampa, term expires April 19, 1953. 
Robert I. Granger, Miami, term expires July 28, 1953. 

C. R. Golden, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 1954. 
O. P. Scarborough, Tallahassee, term expires July 23, 1954. 
N. A. Chesser, Tampa, term expires October 10, 1954. 
J. W. Cardwell, Tampa, term expired December 31, 1952. 
J. G. Strickland, Tampa, term expires January 4, 1953. 
S. A. Kern, St. Petersburg, term expires January 6, 1953. 

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD 

Frank M. Stallings, Pensacola, term expired December 13, 
1949. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY 

James H. Hood, Jacksonville, term expires July 2, 1954. 
J. C. Mixson, Jacksonville, term expires July 16, 1954. 
V. R. Valentine, Jacksonville, term expires January 4, 1953. 
Wm. E. Carscaddon, Jacksonville, term expires August 17, 
1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 79 

SPECIAL OFFICER RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 

W. R. Scott, Miami, commissioned March 9, 1951, until April 
14, 1953. 

Joseph F. Gallagher, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned Octo- 
ber 7, 1951, until September 8, 1953. 

Marvin Mosely Fisher, Jacksonville, commissioned October 
7, 1951, until September 28, 1953. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

New members elected in accordance with Chapter 26344, 
extra Session, 1949: 

Joe D. Loper, Ft. Launderdale, term expired November 30, 
1952. 

Ralph R. Hammer, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired November 
30, 1952. 

Alfred D. Griffin, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale, term expired Novem- 
ber 30, 1952. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES, TEACHERS RETIREMENT 

SYSTEM 

Susan Spencer, St. Augustine, commissioned July 19, 1949, 
until April 12, 1952. 

G. P. Wilson, Tampa, commissioned July 19, 1951, until 
April 12, 1954. 

(Members State Board of Education Ex-Officio Members.) 

STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville, commissioned April 1, 1952, 
until March 16, 1956. 

Sam W. Wolfson, Jacksonville, commissioned September 16, 
1952, until August 28, 1956. 

Louie Bandel, Miami, commissioned March 24, 1950, until 
March 16, 1954. 



80 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA 

NORTHERN DISTRICT 

DISTRICT JUDGE 

Dozier A. DeVane, Tallahassee, Florida. Commissioned Oc- 
tober 1, 1947. 

Mrs. Edna Earl Campbell, Secretary. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

George Earl Hoffman, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed April 
1, 1933. 

ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY 

Chas. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola. 
Hay ford O. Enwall, Gainesville. 

SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Dorothy E. Hughey, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed Decem- 
ber 1, 1941. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 

Mrs. Harriet E. Conrad, Pensacola, Florida. 
Mrs. Yvonne Lee Morton, Pensacola, Florida. 

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
Wm. Logan Hill, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed October 1, 
1934. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 

Marion Howe, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed 
December 21, 1932. 

Mrs. Nettie Tidwell, Marianna, Florida. 
Mrs. Myra B. Sims, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Miss Pixie J. Hampton, Gainesville, Florida. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 

Edgar W. Scarborough, Tallahassee, Florida. 

OFFICE DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 

N. B. Averett, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed 
November 20, 1933. 

Hazel Morrison, Pensacola, Florida. 
Robert Baird, Pensacola, Florida. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 81 

Adam Lewis, Marianna, Florida. 

Marvin Waits, Gainesville, Florida. 

Mrs. Louise Howington, Pensacola, Florida. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE 
CHIEF UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 

Roy A. Berga, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed October 3, 
1934. 

UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 

Ottis L. Pippen, Tallahassee, Florida. 

Miss Louise Guess, Secretary to Probation Officer. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN 
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

Geo. P. Wentworth, Jr., Pensacola, Florida. 
John H. Carter, Marianna, Florida. 
Mrs. Myra B. Sims, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Wm. H. Chandler, Gainesville, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 
Robert M. Ervin, Tallahassee, Florida. 

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT 

District Court — Second Monday in February and Second 
Monday in September at Tallahassee; First Mondays in No- 
vember and May at Pensacola; First Monday in June and 
First Monday in December at Gainesville; First Monday in 
April and First Monday in October at Marianna. 

COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT 

Alachua, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gads- 
den, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Lib- 
erty, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Wash- 
ington, Gilchrist and Gulf. 

Office of Clerk at Pensacola, Gainesville, Tallahassee and 
Marianna open by Clerk or Deputy each business day. 

NORTHERN & SOUTHERN DISTRICTS 

DISTRICT JUDGE 
Geo. W. Whitehurst, Ft. Myers. 
Lollie Belle Eberhart, Miami, Florida, Secretary. 



82 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 
DISTRICT JUDGES 

William J. Barker, Tampa, Florida. (Allie M. Maynard, 
Secretary.) 

John W. Holland, Chief Judge, Miami, Florida. (Florence 
B. Price, Secretary.) 

Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville, Florida. (Blanche Brooks, 
Secretary.) Margaret Z. Grover, Secretary. 

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 

Julian A. Blake, Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 

Earle F. Sprigg, Deputy in Charge, Miami. 

Joe A. Law, Deputy in Charge, Tampa. 

Walter A. Daley, Deputy in Charge, Orlando. 

C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West. 

L. Gibson House, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 

Ralph C. Epperson, Jacksonville. 

James M. Crossgrove, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 

Nell Hyde Kleiser, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 

Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

Albert E. Call, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

Florence P. Roberts, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

Carrie B. Strickland, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 

Marion L. Boyson, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 

Michael Oswald, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

Katharine A. Campbell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 

Mildred T. Durrance, Deputy Clerk, Orlando. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 

Leo Brooker, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 

Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Ruth B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Wilbur G. Durrance, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Herbert W. Ellis, Jacksonville, Florida. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

Worth H. Burkhart, Jacksonville, Florida. 

E. Jackson Butler, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Jerry W. Dragones, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Walter C. Crumbley, Deputy in Charge, Tampa, Florida. 

Roberta L. Probasco, Tampa, Florida. 

Samuel E. Hendry, Tampa, Florida. 

Marvin H. Price, Tampa, Florida. 

Al L. Gates, Deputy in Charge, Miami, Florida. 

Wilda G. Heath, Miami, Florida. 

Chas. B. Robbins, Miami, Florida. 

Anita Thomas, Miami, Florida. 

Loren Wideman, Miami, Florida. 

Jack F. Peeples, Miami, Florida. 

Guy W. Hixon, Miami, Florida. 

Frank M. Durrance, Deputy in Charge, Orlando, Florida. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Herbert S. Phillips, Tampa, Florida. 

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY 

Edith House, (also Chief Clerk) , Jacksonville, Florida. 

Damon G. Yerkes, Jacksonville, Florida. 

William S. Walker, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Ernest L. Duhaime, Miami, Florida. 

Fred W. Botts, Miami, Florida. 

Arthur L. Steed, Tampa, Florida. 

Matt M. O'Brien, Tampa, Florida. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 

Norma L. Ulrey, Jacksonville, Florida. 
May Linton, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Florida. 
B. Otis Birdsong, Tampa, Florida. 
Vera E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida. 
Helen P. Wanick, Miami, Florida. 
Frances M. Hughey, Miami, Florida. 
Pauline P. Gossett, Miami, Florida. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS 
Paul Pinkerton, Tampa, Florida. 



84 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Roger E. Davis, Miami, Florida. 

Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach, Florida. 

C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West, Florida. 

T. V. Cashen, Jacksonville, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 

Emmett Safay, Jacksonville, Florida. 
L. Earl Curry, Miami, Florida. 
John B. Shaw, Tampa, Florida. 

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT 

At Jacksonville — First Monday in December. 

At Tampa — Second Monday in February. 

At Miami — Fourth Monday in April. 

At Key West — First Monday in May and November. 

At Orlando — First Monday in October. 

At Ocala — Third Monday in January. 

At Fernandina — First Monday in April. 

At Fort Pierce — First Monday in February. 

DIVISIONS OF THE DISTRICT 

Jacksonville Division — Baker, Bradford, Clay, Citrus, Co- 
lumbia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Madison, Marion, Nassau, 
Putnam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia. 

Miami Division — Broward, Collier, Dade, Monroe, Palm 
Beach. 

Tampa Division — Charlotte, De Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hen- 
dry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco, 
Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota. 

Orlando Division — Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Semi- 
nole. 

Fort Pierce Division — Okeechobee, Indian River, Martin, St. 
Lucie. 

Ocala Division — Citrus, Lake, Marion and Sumter. 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 
T. Frank Hobson, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1957. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 85 

JUSTICES 

Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1957. 
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1955. 
B. K. Roberts, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1959. 
E. Harris Drew, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1959. 
John E. Mathews, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1955. 
Harold L. Sebring, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1955. 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Springs; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1955. 

L. L. Fabisinki, Pensacola; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

W. May Walker, Tallahassee; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

R. H. Rowe, Madison; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Hal W. Adams, Mayo; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 

Charles A. Luckie, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Claude Ogilvie, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Duval County Circuit — Duval County Only. 

Edwin L. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 



86 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

Truman G. Futch, Tavares; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

F. R. Hocker, Ocala; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

John Dickinson, St. Petersburg; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Victor O. Wehle, St. Petersburg; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., Dade City; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1955. 

P. B. Revels, Palatka, term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Levy Counties. 

John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville; term expires First Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1955. 

A. Z. Adkins, Starke; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 

M. B. Smith, Titusville; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

A. O. Kanner, Stuart; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Frank A. Smith, Orlando; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 87 

Terry Patterson, Winter Park; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Coun- 
ties. 

Don Register, Winter Haven; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

D. O. Rogers, Lakeland; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade. 

Marshall Wisehart, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Chas. A. Carroll, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Stanley Milledge, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

George E. Holt, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

J. Fritz Gordon, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Wm. A. Herin, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Grady L. Crawford, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Joe N. Morris, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Vincent Giblin, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

Lynn Gerald, Ft. Myers; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

W. T. Harrison, Palmetto; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
L. L. Parks, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 



88 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

H. C. Tillman, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

I. C. Spoto, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Panama City; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

E. C. Welch, Marianna; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Coun- 
ties. 

C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955 . 

Joseph S. White, West Palm Beach; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Lamar Warren, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — Monroe County. 
Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 89 

William Randall Slaughter, Live Oak; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

J. W. Hunter, Tavares; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Archie B. Clement, Tarpon Springs; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Murray Sams, DeLand; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Levy Counties. 

T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 

Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Coun- 
ties. 

Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
Glenn C. Mincer, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

Wm. M. (Mack) Smiley, Bradenton; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1953. 



90 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

Mercer P. Spear, Panama City; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Coun- 
ties. 

Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1953. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — Monroe County. 
J. Lancelot Lester, Key West; term expires First Monday in 
January, 1953. 

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

Charles A. Wade, Crestview; term expires June 7, 1955. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

Harry Morrison, Crawfordville; term expires November 5, 
1956. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

O. O. Edwards, Cross City; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
Herbert Wm. Fishier, Fernandina; term expires January, 
1953. 

Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1953. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

A. P. Buie, Ocala; term expires July 31, 1951. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Sam Y. Alligood, New Port Richey; term expires July 31, 
1955. 

W. J. McLeod, St. Petersburg; term expires Senate of 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 91 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Levy Counties. 

Erie Leslie Griffis, Macclenny; Senate 1953. 

Nmth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
Herbert E. Griggs, Cocoa; term expires July 31, 1955. 
Thad H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Coun- 
ties. 

L. Grady Burton, Wauchula; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Harvie S. Duval, Opa-Locka; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1953. On Military Leave and 
John D. Marsh, Acting. 

Arthur A. Carlson, Miami; term expired January, 1953. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

E. M. Magaha, Ft. Myers; term expires July 31, 1955. 
Lynn N. Silvertooth, Sarasota; Senate 1953. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Frank Umstot, Tampa; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

J. Frank Adams, Blountstown; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Coun- 
ties. 

Frank S. Cannova, Hollywood; term expires July 31, 1955. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — None. 

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 

First Judicial Circuit — Robert Sayner, Pensacola. 



92 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Second Judicial Circuit — Marion Cross Green, Tallahassee; 
Frances Thigpen, Tallahassee. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Wm. McChesney, Madison. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — H. M. Kerry, Jacksonville. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Alan H. Hamlin, Tavares. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Maude B. Clingan, St. Petersburg. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand; Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Clifford Gaffney, Ft. Pierce; Maurice 
J. Gelder, Orlando; Mrs. Jessie D. Kleinman, Titusville. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Mrs. Annabelle Mathis, Wauchula; 
Marilyn Cleveland, Lakeland; Holland A. Kelley, Bartow. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — J. E. Kelly, Miami; Ernest L. 
Bryant, Miami. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Edward Ley, Arcadia; Donald C. 
Bell, Bradenton. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Zola B. Folkes, Panama City; 
Mrs. Nellie P. Heath, Marianna. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; 
C. E. Jones, West Palm Beach. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — Louisa D. Parks, Key West. 
Civil Court, Dade County — John F. Dwyer, Miami; Jessie 
Axton, Miami; Louise Pencke, Miami. 

Court of Record, Escambia County — Lucius B. Stearns, 
Pensacola. 

Criminal Court of Record, Hillsborough County — Virginia 
Toffaletti, Tampa; Edward A. Mack, Tampa. 

CLERKS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
January, 1953. 



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Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1953. 

Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Hillsborough — L. D. Simmons, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1955. 

Monroe — Harry Dongo, Key West; term expires January, 
1953. 

Orange — Charles E. Limpus, Orlando; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Palm Beach — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term ex- 
pires January, 1955. 

Polk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, 1953. 

Escambia — Clerk Court of Record; Geo. Trawick, Pensacola; 
term expires January, 1953. 

Pasco — Stanley C. Burnside, Dade City; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

JUDGES CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — W. T. Kennedy, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Dade — Ben C. Willard, Miami; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Duval — Wm. T. Harvey, Jacksonville; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Hillsborough — L. A. Grayson, Tampa; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Monroe — Thos. S. Caro, Key West; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Orange — W. M. Murphy, Orlando; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Palm Beach — Edw. G. Newell, West Palm Beach; term 
expires first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Polk — R. H. Amidon, Lakeland; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

JUDGE ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 
Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola; term expires August 16, 1957. 



94 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUDGE PASCO COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

W. Kenneth Barnes, Dade City; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

SOLICITOR PASCO COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

T. H. Getzen, Dade City; term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1953. 

SOLICITORS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Dade — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Duval — Frank T. Cannon, Jacksonville; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Hillsborough — V. R. Fisher, Tampa; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Monroe — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Orange — O. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Palm Beach — T. Harold Williams, West Palm Beach; term 
expires first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Polk — Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor Court of Record Escambia County — John L. Reese, 
Pensacola; term expires August 18, 1955. 

JUDGES CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

Dade — David J. Heffernan, Miami; term expires January 
15, 1954. 

Dade — Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires August 5, 1953. 
Dade — Silver S. Squarcia, Miami; term expires Senate, 1953. 

Duval — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 
1953. 



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CLERKS CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — David J. Heffernan, Miami; term expires January 
15, 1954. 

Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1953. 

JUDGE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

Pinellas — Edwin B. Ellis, Clearwater, term expires January, 
1953. 

PROBATION OFFICERS 
Counties 

Bay — Glen R. Bright, Panama City; term expired February 
4, 1952. 

Broward — Doyle A. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
July 9, 1953. 

Dade — Chief Probation Officer, W. Ira Hazlett, Miami, 
term expires December 8, 1954. 

Dade — R. B. Eavenson, Miami; probation and parole officer; 
term expires July 6, 1955. 

Duval — Mrs. Nell R. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires 
July 20, 1953. 

Duval — P. Bedford Wright, Jacksonville; probation and pa- 
role officer; term expires June 15, 1955. 

Escambia — Virgil A. Lea, Pensacola; term expired October 
19, 1951. 

Highlands — Mrs. Sarah J. Dimberline, Sebring; term ex- 
pired June 30, 1952. 

Hillsborough — Ida C. Roch, Tampa; term expires January, 
1953. 

Lake — Fred A. Borg, Leesburg; term expired September 

I, 1951. 

Leon — Mrs. W. C. Tully, Tallahassee; term expired Sep- 
tember 23, 1947. 

Manatee — Mrs. Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton; term expires 
May 9, 1953. 

Marion — Mrs. Annie S. Thomas, Ocala; term expires May 

II, 1953. 



96 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Monroe — Isabelle Fleming, Key West; term expires March 
3, 1953. 

Nassau — John B. Haddock, Fernandina; term expires July 
7, 1954. 

Orange — Harry F. Edwards, Orlando; term expired July 
1, 1951. 

Palm Beach— Mrs. Nell F. Smith, West Palm Beach; term 
expires November 4, 1953. 

Pasco — William R. Latson, Dade City; term expired October 
7, 1952. 

Pinellas — Edward E. Patrick, Clearwater; term expired 
December 6, 1951. 

Polk — Richard Elmo Hood, Winter Haven; term expires De- 
cember 5, 1954. 

St. Johns — Mrs. Mary Groh, St. Augustine; term expires 
October 8, 1954. 

Sarasota — J. T. Pearce, Sarasota; term expires April 12, 1954. 

Seminole — Mae Shaefer, Sanford; term expired July 22, 
1949. 

Volusia — Edmund P. Hogle, DeLand; term expires Octo- 
ber 29, 1953. 

Wakulla — Mrs. Geo. S. NeSmith, Wakulla; term expires 
September 28, 1954. 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS 
Counties 

Charlotte — Edward L. Gerson, Punta Gorda, term expires 
January, 1953. 

DeSoto — William W. Dishong, Arcadia; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Gadsden — William D. Doss, Quincy; term expires January, 
1953. 

Hardee — Latimarr C. Farr, Wauchula; term expires Janu- 
ary 2, 1953. 

Indian River — George Heath, Vero Beach, term expires 
January 6, 1953. 

Jefferson — Henry C. Hamilton, Monticello; term expires 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 97 

January, 1953. Henry C. Hamilton on military leave. Kenneth 
Cooksey (Acting) . 

Lee — John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers; term expires January, 
1953. 

Leon — Clinton N. Ashmore, Tallahassee; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Madison — Ernest M. Page, Jr., Madison; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Manatee — William J. Ray, Bradenton; commissioned during 
suspension of John F. Vanderipe. 

Martin — T. T. Oughterson, Stuart; term expires January, 
1953. 

Okeechobee — Herman L. Edwards, Okeechobee; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Osceola — Jay Johnston, St. Cloud; term expires January, 
1953. 

Pasco — T. H. Getzen, Dade City; term expires January, 1953. 

Pinellas— Lloyd M. Phillips, P. O. Box 654, Clearwater; 
term expires January, 1953. 

St. Lucie — B. A. Brittan, Jr., Fort Pierce; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Sarasota — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1955. 

Seminole — George A. Speer, Jr., Sanford; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Sumter — James W. West, Bushnell; term expires January, 
1953. 

COUNTY ATTORNEYS 

Counties 

Alachua — J. Emory Cross, Gainesville; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. Resigned Nov. 5, 1952. Ocee R. Fagan, Gainesville, 
commissioned for unexpired term. 

Charlotte — Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Columbia — W. Joe Ferguson, Lake City; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1955. 



98 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Highlands — M. R. McDonald, Sebring; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Hendry — Harry P. Johnson, Clewiston; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Jackson — Clyde Mayhall, Marianna; term expires January, 
1955. 

Okaloosa — Clyde Campbell, Crestview; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

CLERKS JUVENILE COURTS 

Broward — Doyle McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
July 9, 1953. 

Brevard — G. M. Simmons, Titusville; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Dade — R. B. Eavenson, Miami; term expires July 6, 1955. 

Duval — Mrs. Nell R. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 
20, 1953. 

Hillsborough — Mrs. Ida C. Roch, Tampa; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Monroe — Isabelle Fleming, Key West; term expires March 
3, 1953. 

Orange — Arthur W. Newell, Orlando; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Pinellas — Edward E. Patrick, Clearwater; term expires 
December 6, 1951. 

JUDGES JUVENILE COURT 

Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami; term expires July 2, 
1953. 

Duval — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires August 
18, 1955. 

Hillsborough — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 
31, 1955. 

Monroe — Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, Key West; term expires 
January, 1953. 



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Orange — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Pinellas — William G. Gardiner, St. Petersburg; term expires 
June 12, 1955. 

Polk — G. Bowdon Hunt, Bartow; term expires October 1, 
1954. 

JUDGES SMALL CLAIMS COURT 

Alachua — Allen Crouch, Gainesville; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Brevard — Virgil B. Conkling, Titusville; term expires Gen- 
eral Election of 1952; resigned Nov. 4, 1952. 

Clay — Richard C. Gordie, Green Cove Springs; term ex- 
pires General Election 1952. 

Dixie — Hayne Brooker, Cross City; term expires Septem- 
ber 12, 1953. Resigned June 15, 1952. 

Duval — J. Henry Taylor, Jacksonville, term expires Janu- 
ary 2, 1955. On military leave and H. E. Belflower, (acting 
during military leave.) 

Escambia — Jack H. Greenhut, PensaccJa, term expires 
January 1, 1953. 

Flagler — W. L. Wadsworth, Bunnell, term expires January, 
1953. 

Gadsden — W. A. McDearmid, Quincy, term expires Au- 
gust 8, 1953. 

Gilchrist — Willam O. Clifton, Trenton, term expires August 

6, 1953. 

Highlands — Ralph M. Clements, Sebring, term expires Gen- 
eral Election 1952. 

Indian River — C. T. Walker, Vero Beach, term expires Gen- 
eral Election 1952. 

Jackson — W. A. Smith, Marianna; term expires January, 
1953. 

Jefferson — Prentice P. Pruitt, Monticello; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Lake — C. Wellborn Daniel, Tavares, term expires October 

7, 1955. 



100 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Lee — Charles M. Roberts, Fort Myers; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Leon — Rivers H. Buford, Jr., Tallahassee, term expires 
October 8, 1951. 

Levy — S. E. Wasson, Bronson, term expires August 6, 1953. 
Liberty — J. W. Kinsey, Bristol, term expires January, 1953. 
Marion — Virgil M. Milbrath, Ocala, term expires November 
8, 1953. 

Nassau — E. V. Garcia, Fernandina, term expires General 
Election of 1952. 

Okaloosa — A. B. Robinson, Crestview, term expires Feb- 
ruary 5, 1955. 

Okeechobee — G. E. Bryant, Okeechobee, term expires Gen- 
eral Election of 1952. 

Orange — Jack A. Nants, Orlando, term expires General 
Election of 1952. 

Osceola — Phillip R. Kelley, Kissimmee, term expires Gen- 
eral Election of 1952. 

Palm Beach — F. A. Currie, West Palm Beach, term ex- 
pires General Election of 1952. 

Putnam — Edward L. Bush, Palatka, term expires August 
1, 1953. 

St. Johns — Robert A. Andrews, Jr., St. Augustine, term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

St. Lucie — Walter M. Rogers, Ft. Pierce, term expires Gen- 
eral Election 1952. 

Sarasota — Gale K. Greene, Sarasota, term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Seminole — D. K. McKnabb, Sanford, term expires August 
20, 1953. 

Sumter — P. A. Kelley, Wildwood, term expires General 
Election of 1952. 

Taylor — John F. McCall, Perry, term expires General 
Election of 1952. 

Volusia — James T. Nelson, Daytona Beach, term expires 
General Election of 1952. 

Wakulla — M. Howard Williams, Crawfordville, term ex- 
pires General Election of 1952. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 101 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola; and D. Stuart Gillis, 
DeFuniak Springs. 

State Attorney — J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola. 
Assistant State Attorney — Charles A. Wade, Crestview. 
Court Reporter — Robert Sayner, Pensacola. 

WINTER TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in January. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in January. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in February. 

Okaloosa — 2nd Monday in December. 

SPRING TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in May. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in May. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in June. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in September. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in September. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in October. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in August. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy, and W. May Walker, 
Tallahassee. 

State Attorney — Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 

Assistant State Attorney — Harry Morrison, Wakulla. 

Court Reporter — Marion Cross Greever, Tallahassee and 
Marion Thigpen, Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Monday in March. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in May. 
Gadsden — 1st Monday in April. 



102 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Wakulla — 3rd Monday in March. 
Jefferson — 4th Monday in April. 
Leon — 1st Monday in June. 

FALL TERM 

Franklin — 4th Monday in September. 
Liberty — 3rd Monday in November. 
Gadsden — 2nd Monday in October. 
Wakulla — 2nd Monday in September. 
Jefferson — 1st Monday in November. 
Leon — 1st Monday in December. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — R. H. Rowe, Madison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney — William Randall Slaughter, Live Oak. 
Assistant State Attorney — O. O. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — William McChesney, Madison. 

SPRING TERM 

Hamilton — 4th Monday in January. 
Dixie — 3rd Monday in February. 
Taylor — 4th Monday in March. 
Madison — 2nd Monday in April. 
Columbia — 4th Monday in April. 
' Suwannee — 2nd Monday in May. 
Lafayette — 2nd Monday in June. 

FALL TERM 

Hamilton — 2nd Monday in September. 
Dixie — 2nd Monday in August. 
Taylor — 4th Monday in September. 
Madison — 2nd Monday in October. 
Columbia — 4th Monday in October. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in November. 
Lafayette — 1st Monday in December. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Edwin L. Jones (Duval Circuit) , Charles A. Luckie, 
Claude Ogilvie, Bayard B. Shields, and A. D. McNeil, Jack- 
sonville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 103 

State Attorney — William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville, 
and William Herbert Fishier, Fernandina. 
Court Reporter — H. M. Kerry, Jacksonville. 

SPRING TERM 

Clay — 1st Monday in April. 
Nassau — 3rd Monday in April. 
Duval — 1st Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Clay — 1st Monday in October. 
Nassau — 3rd Monday in October. 
Duval — 1st Monday in November. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Truman G. Futch, Tavares, and F. R. Hocker, Ocala. 
State Attorney — J. W. Hunter, Tavares. 
Assistant State Attorney — A. P. Buie, Ocala. 
Court Reporters — Miss Elva Crumpton, Ocala, and Alan 
H. Hamlin, Tavares. 

SPRING TERM 

Hernando — 1st Tuesday in March. 
Citrus — 3rd Tuesday in March. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday in June. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in May. 
Marion — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hernando — 1st Tuesday in September. 
Citrus — 3rd Tuesday in September. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday in December. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in November. 
Marion — 1st Tuesday in October. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John U. Bird, Clearwater; Victor O. Wehle, St. 
Petersburg; John Dickinson, St. Petersburg, and Orvil L. 
Dayton, Jr., Dade City. 



104 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

State Attorney — Archie B. Clement, Clearwater. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Sam Y. Allgood, New Port 
Richey, and William J. McLeod, St. Petersburg. 

Court Reporter — Maude B. Klingman, St. Petersburg. 

SPRING TERM 

Pinellas — 1st Monday in May. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Pinellas — 1st Monday in December. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in October. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; Herbert B. Fred- 
erick, Daytona Beach, and P. B. Revels, Palatka. 

State Attorney — Murray W. Sams, DeLand. 

Assistant State Attorney — Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka. 

Court Reporters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand, and Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. 

SPRING TERM 

Volusia — 2nd Monday in April. 
St. Johns — 1st Monday in June. 
Flagler — 3rd Monday in May. 
Putnam — 2nd Monday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Volusia — 3rd Monday in October. 
St. Johns — 2nd Monday in November. 
Flagler — 2nd Monday in December. 
Putnam — 2nd Monday in October. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville, and A. Z. 
Adkins, Gainesville. 

State Attorney — T. E. Duncan, Gainesville. 

Assistant State Attorney — Erie Leslie Griffis, Macclenny. 

Court Reporter — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 105 

SPRING TERM 

Alachua — 2nd Monday in April. 
Baker — 2nd Monday in January. 
Gilchrist — 1st Monday in March. 
Bradford — 2nd Monday in May. 
Levy — 2nd Monday in March. 
Union — 4th Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Alachua — 2nd Monday in October. 
Baker — 2nd Monday in July. 
Gilchrist — 4th Monday in September. 
Bradford — 2nd Monday in November. 
Levy — 3rd Monday in September. 
Union — 4th Monday in November. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judge — M. B. Smith, Titusville, A. O. Kanner, Stuart, Frank 
A. Smith, Orlando, and Terry Patterson, Winter Park. 

State Attorney — Murray Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Hubert E. Griggs, Cocoa, and 
Thad H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce. 

Court Reporters — Clifford Gaffney, Ft. Pierce, Jessie D. 
Kleinman, Titusville, Maurice J. Gelder, Orlando. 

SPRING TERM 

Brevard — 4th Tuesday in March. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in March. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in June. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in February. 
Orange — 1st Monday in April. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in March. 
Seminole — 3rd Tuesday in April. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Brevard — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in January. 



106 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in September. 
Orange — 3rd Monday in October. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in September. 
Seminole — 1st Tuesday in November. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in November. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — D. O. Rogers, Lakeland, and Don Register, Winter 
Haven. 

State Attorney — Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales. 

Assistant State Attorney — L. Grady Burton, Wauchula. 

Court Reporters — Holland A. Kelley, Lakeland, Marilyn 
Cleveland, Lakeland, and Annabelle Mathis, Wauchula. 

SPRING TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in February. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in March. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in September. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in October. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — N. Vernon Hawthorne, Marshall Wisehart, Stanley 
Milledge, Geo. E. Holt, Charles A. Carroll, Wm. A. Herin, 
Grady L. Crawford, Joe N. Morris, Vincent Giblin, and J. 
Fritz Gordon, Miami. 

State Attorney — Glenn C. Mincer, Miami. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Harvie S. Duval, Opalocka. On 
military leave and John D. Marsh, Miami, (acting) , and 
Arthur A. Carlson, Miami. 

Court Reporters — Ernest L. Bryant, Miami; J. E. Kelly, 
Miami. 

SPRING TERM 

Dade — 2nd Tuesday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Dade — 2nd Tuesday in November. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Lynn Gerald, Ft. Myers, and W. T. Harrison, Pal- 
metto. 

State Attorney — Wm. M. (Mack) Smiley, Bradenton. 

Assistant State Attorneys — E. M. Magaha, Ft. Myers, and 
Lynn N. Silvertooth, Arcadia. 

Court Reporters — Edward Ley, Arcadia, and Donald D. Bell, 
Bradenton. 

SPRING TERM 

Charlotte — 4th Monday in March. 
Collier — 1st Monday in March. 
De Soto — 2nd Monday in February. 
Glades — 1st Monday in February. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in February. 
Lee — 3rd Monday in April. 
Manatee — 2nd Monday in March. 
Sarasota — 1st Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Charlotte — 2nd Monday in October. 
Collier — 1st Monday in October. 
De Soto — 4th Monday in November. 
Glades — 4th Monday in October. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in November. 
Lee — 1st Monday in October. 
Manatee — 3rd Monday in October. 
Sarasota — 2nd Monday in November. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — L. L. Parks, Harry N. Sandler, H. C. Tillman, and 
I. C. Spoto, Tampa. 

State Attorney — J. Rex Farrior, Tampa. 

Assistant State Attorney — J. Frank Umstot, Tampa. 

Court Reporter — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

SPRING TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday in October. 



108 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Panama City, and E. C. Welch, 
Marianna. 

State Attorney — Mercer P. Spear, Panama City. 

Assistant State Attorney — J. Frank Adams, Blountstown. 

Court Reporters — Zola B. Folks, Panama City, and Mrs. 
Nellie P. Heath, Marianna. 

SPRING TERM 

Bay — 4th Monday in February. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in April. 
Gulf — 2nd Monday in February. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in April. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in May. 
Washington — 4th Monday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Bay — 4th Monday in August. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in September. 
Gulf — 2nd Monday in August. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in October. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in November. 
Washington — 4th Monday in October. 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges— C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach, Geo. W. 
Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale, Joseph H. White, West Palm Beach, 
and Lamar Warren, Ft. Lauderdale. 

State Attorney— Phil O'Connell. 

Assistant State Attorney — Frank S. Canova, Hollywood. 

Court Reporters — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, and C. E. 
Jones, West Palm Beach. 

SPRING TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Monday in April. 
Broward — 2nd Tuesday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Monday in October. 
Broward — 2nd Tuesday in October. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 109 

WINTER TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Monday in January unless said date shall 
be a holiday and then on 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in 
January. 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judge — Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West. 
State Attorney — Lancelot Lester, Key West. 
Assistant State Attorney — None. 
Court Reporter — Louisa D. Parks, Key West. 

SPRING TERM 

Monroe — 3rd Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Monroe — 3rd Monday in October. 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 
BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — W. T. Kennedy, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Ben C. Willard, Miami; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1953. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Wm. T. Harvey, Jacksonville; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Frank T. Cannon, Jacksonville; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 



110 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright, Jackson- 
ville; term expires June 15, 1955. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY 
(Court of Record) 

Judge — Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola; term expires August 

17, 1957. 

Solicitor — John L. Reese, Pensacola; term expires August 

18, 1955. 

Clerk — Geo. Trawick, Pensacola; term expires January, 
1953. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — L. A. Grayson, Tampa; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — V. R. Fisher, Tampa; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — L. D. Simmons, Tampa; term expires January, 1955. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas S. Caro, Key West; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — Harry Dongo, Key West; term expires January, 
1953. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — W. M. Murphy, Orlando; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — O. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — Charles E. Limpus, Orlando; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judge — Edward C. Newell, West Palm Beach; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — T. Harold Williams, West Palm Beach; term ex- 
pires first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 



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Clerk — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term expires 
January, 1955. 

PASCO COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

Judge — W. Kenneth Barnes, Dade City; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — T. H. Getzen, Dade City; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — Stanley C. Burnside, Dade City; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

POLK COUNTY 

Judge — R. H. Amidon, Lakeland; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, 1953. 

COUNTY COURTS 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Boyd H. Anderson, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale; 
term expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

JUVENILE COURTS 

BROWARD COUNTY 
Judge — Dorr S. Davis; term expires 1953. 
Clerk — Doyle McNiece; term expires July 9, 1953. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — W. H. Beckham, Miami; term expires July 2, 1953. 
Clerk — R. B. Eavenson, Miami; term expires July 6, 1955. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires June 18, 
1955. 

Clerk — Mrs. Nell R. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 
20, 1953. 



112 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 31, 
1955. 

Clerk — Ida C. Roch, Tampa; term expires January, 1953. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, Key West; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Clerk — Isabelle Fleming, Key West, term expires March 3, 
1953. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Clerk — Arthur W. Newell, Orlando; term expires January, 
1953. 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — William G. Gardiner, St. Petersburg; term expires 
June 12, 1955. 

Clerk — Edward E. Patrick, Clearwater; term expires De- 
cember 6, 1951. 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 
Judge — Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires August 5, 
1953. 

Judge — David J. Heffernan, Coral Gables; term expires 
January 15, 1954. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 
1953. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 
1953. 

Clerk — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1953. 



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COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 18, 1955. 
Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires January, 
1953. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1953. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright, commis- 
sioned June 10, 1951 until June 15, 1955. 



114 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA 

NEW YORK 
Frank J. Silverstein, New York; term expired July 2, 1952. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Harry P. Edward, Boston, Mass.; term expires August 27, 
1954. 

Wm. D. Scully, Boston, Mass.; term expired April 8, 1952. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Nathan Semless, 2404 Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; term 
expired July 3, 1952. 

Ralph C. Blumberg, Philadelphia, Pa.; term expires May 
8, 1950. 

KINGDOM OF YUGOSLAVIA, EUROPE 
Dr. Charles Hutter, 47 Podsused Yugoslavia Europe. 

GERMANY 
Heinz L. Krekeler, 745 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

PUERTO RICO 
Rafal A. Rivera Cruz, Miami, Fla., 1515 Pacific Bldg. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

COUNTY OFFICERS 

INCLUDING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS 

COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WHOSE 

TERMS EXPIRE IN 1953-55 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT — GAINESVILLE 

County Judge— H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff— Frank M. Sexton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George E. Evans. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John W. Booth (Deceased) ; Ger- 
trude Booth, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

Tax Collector — Shellie McKinney. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Howard W. Bishop 
(Resigned July 8, 1952) ; Paul E. Peters, commissioned to 
serve unexpired term. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Attorney — J. Emory Cross (Resigned Nov. 5, 1952) ; 
Ocee R. Fagan, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Allen Crouch. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. M. Galbreath, High Springs. 

District No. 2— J. P. Ambrose, Waldo. 

District No. 3 — Tom D. Roland, Newberry. 

District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 

District No. 5 — R. R. King, Gainesville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. E. Gay, Hawthorne. 

District No. 2 — S. A. Hussey, Sr., Gainesville. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

District No. 4 — Earl P. Powers, Gainesville. 

District No. 5 — W. N. Barry, Alachua. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — G. E. Spiers, Lacrosse. 
District No. 3 — A. J. Knight, Alachua. 
District No. 10 — G. S. Chamteerlain, Micanopy. 
District No. 17— C. B. Waters, Hague. 



116 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 19— Floyd E. Tillman, Orange Heights. 
District No. 20— J. T. Pendleton, High Springs. 
District No. 28— H. G. Bates, Alachua. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— F. R. May, LaCrosse. 

District No. 3 — R. P. Owens, Alachua. 

District No. 6 — R. A. Knight, Newberry. 

District No. 10 — R. C. Duncan, Micanopy. 

District No. 16— C. B. Carroll, Evinston. 

District No. 17 — R. G. Ham, Hague. 

District No. 20— T. R. Barber, High Springs (Resigned July 

15, 1952). 

District No. 28 — Thomas J. Strickland, Gainesville. 

ROAD TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — W. E. Pogue, High Springs. 
District No. 2 — Fred E. Clayton, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — Geo. W. Fletcher, Newberry. 
District No. 4 — J. E. Thrasher, Micanopy. 
District No. 5 — Harry M. Baker, Hawthorne. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT — MACCLENNY 

County Judge — J. C. Lyons. 

Sheriff — Asa Coleman, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. F. Jones. 

Tax Collector — George P. Williams. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. D. Burnsed. 

Supervisor of Registration — George W. Garrett (Resigned 
Dec. 1, 1951) ; Tate Powell, Sr., commissioned to serve un- 
expired term. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 

District No. 2 — B. H. Rowe, Macclenny. 

District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Godwin, Sanderson. 

District No. 5— C. T. Thomas, Glen St. Mary. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Vessie Thrift, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — John W. Rowe, Macclenny. 
District No. 3 — Floyd Bennett, Sanderson. 
District No. 4 — J. E. McCormick, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— W. M. Knabb, Macclenny. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — M. L. Dorman, Sanderson. 
District No. 3 — Earn Barton, Macclenny. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT — PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 

Sheriff— Alva F. Thomas. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. S. Weaver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. McQuagge (Deceased) ; H. 

S. McQuagge, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
Tax Collector — A. G. Appelberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 
Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashburn. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Glen R. Bright, term expired February 4, 1952. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Henry Davis, St. Andrews. 

District No. 2— Ira L. Hill, Bay Harbor. 

District No. 3— J. R. Miller, Panama City. 

District No. 4 — John Pitts, Panama City. 

District No. 5 — B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Rea Steele, Panama City. 
District No. 2— O. E. Hobbs, Panama City. 
District No. 3 — H. J. Rutherford, St. Andrews. 
District No. 4 — H. A. Steve Brown, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Lahan, Leguna Beach. 



118 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— W. L. Folks, Panama City (Resigned July 9, 

1951) ; Wilfred C. Varn, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 2— M. G. Post, St. Andrews. 
District No. 3 — Carl Suggs, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 5 — E. A. Davis, Panama City. 
District No. 11 — Ancel L. Messer, Lynn Haven (Resigned 

April 1, 1951) ; Esther C. Johnson, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 
District No. 14 — J. B. Davis, Panama City. 
District No. 20— E. W. Scott, West Bay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. H. Armstrong, Panama City. 

District No. 2 — Vernon C. Burdeshaw, St. Andrews. 

District No. 3 — William Ira Boyed, Bay Harbor. 

District No. 5 — Lamar Braley, Panama City. 

District No. 11 — Luther Averett, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 14 — Marvin Albert Croom, Youngstown. 

District No. 20— S. W. Coram, West Bay. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Chap. 20048, Special Acts of 1939) 
J. N. Arnold, Panama City; term expires July 1, 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. R. Mathis, Panama City; term expires June 14, 1953. 
Isaac Byrd, Panama City; term expires June 14, 1953. 
A. D. Eubanks, St. Andrews; term expires June 14, 1953. 
George Logue, Panama City; term expires June 14, 1953. 
J. E. George, Millville; term expires June 14, 1953. 

COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

J. D. Holmes, Panama City; term expires November 17, 1953. 
W. H. Laird, Panama City; term expired November 17, 1952. 
A. N. Smith, Panama City; term expires November 22, 1953. 
James I. Hentz, Jr., Panama City; term expires November 22, 
1955. 



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BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT — STARKE 

County Judge — E. K. Perryman. 

Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Guy Andrews. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 

County Surveyor — Harry A. Anthony. 

Supervisor of Registration — Albert L. Crosby, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Prevatt, Lawtey. 

District No. 2 — L. L. Renfroe, Starke. 

District No. 3 — Ira Wilson, Starke. 

District No. 4 — Jessie R. Chastain, Hampton. 

District No. 5— M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. Norman, Lawtey. 

District No. 2— J. E. Brown, Starke. 

District No. 3 — H. B. Crosby, Brooker (Deceased) ; Hazel 

Crosby, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 4 — Leonard T. Johns, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — H. A. Lawson, Starke. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL 
CORPORATION 

Mrs. Louise H. Kite, Starke; term expires Dec. 30, 1953. 
C. L. May, Starke; term expires Dec. 30, 1953. 
Hewlett S. Anderson, Brooker; term expires Dec. 30, 1954. 
Cecil R. Whitehead, Lawtey; term expires Dec. 31, 1951. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Clarence F. Rhoden, Starke (Resigned Oct. 
20, 1950). 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. L. Silcox, Starke. 



120 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT — TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Vassar B. Carlton. 

Sheriff— H. T. Williams. 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. J. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector— Henry Clay Morgan (Resigned Sept. 26, 1951) ; 
Purley Tucker, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Damon Hutzler (Re- 
signed July 1, 1952) ; Woodrow J. Darden, commissioned to 
serve unexpired term. 

County Surveyor — Frank P. Schuster. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Bailey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Virgil B. Conkling (Resigned 
Nov. 4, 1952) . 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. M. Carpenter, Titusville. 

District No. 2— D. S. Nesbit, Merritt Island. 

District No. 3 — Max K. Rodes, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — C. Sweet Smith, Jr., Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Nash, Titusville (Resigned April 1, 

1952) ; Robert H. Hudson, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 2 — Stuart A. Clark, Cocoa. 
District No. 3— W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 4 — Kemper Jennings, Melbourne (Resigned July 

1, 1952) ; Dale P. Jacobus, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 5 — Elsie B. LaRoche, Cocoa. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie; term expires January, 1955. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — S. Reece Bowen, Titusville. 
District No. 16 — W. B. Kyzer, Mims. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— John Z. Olewski, Titusville. 



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District No. 5— C. H. Sapp, Eau Gallic 
District No. 6 — Henry Van Lengen, Melbourne. 
District No. 16 — Owen W. Marr, Mims. 

MEMBERS CANAVERAL PORT DISTRICT 

A. A. Dunn, Mims, ex-officio. 

R. C. Burns, Canaveral; term expires January, 1955. 

N. M. Argabrite, Cocoa Beach; term expires January, 1955. 

L. M. Carpenter, Titusville, ex-officio. 

N. B. Nesbitt, Merritt Island, ex-officio. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT — FORT LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff — Walter R. Clark, suspended July 21, 1950, and Amos 
H. Hall commissioned July 28, 1950, pending suspension of 
Walter R. Clark (Deceased April 26, 1951) . 

Clerk Circuit Court— Ted Cabot. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. E. Bunch, Jr. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. T. Kennedy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Otis Farrington. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. O. Berryhill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ulric J. Bennett (Re- 
signed July 31, 1952) ; O. K. Phillips, commissioned to serve 
unexpired term. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Richard T. Gallion, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 2 — S. C. Fox, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3 — Wm. E. Groene, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 4 — Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 5— C. B. Smith, Hollywood. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Robert A. Pool, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 2— A. J. Musselman, Jr. (Resigned Oct. 1, 1951) ; 
Dudley B. Rawls, commissioned to serve unexpired term 



122 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

(Resigned Oct. 10, 1952); John E. Patton, commissioned to 

serve unexpired term. 
District No. 3 — Jake Watson, Jr., Hollywood. 
District No. 4 — Paul Turner, Dania. 
District No. 5— F. W. Metcalf, Ft. Lauderdale. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Fred J. Stewart, Hollywood; term expires January, 1953. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Bruce Gaskin, Deerfield. 

District No. 2 — L. C. Crum, Pompano Beach (Resigned July 

12, 1952) ; Mrs. Eunice C. Rencher, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 
District No. 3— E. D. Bailey, Oakland Park. 
District No. 4 — Ross E. Mowry, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — Leonard H. Brooke, Dania. 
District No. 7 — Paul Bultman, Davie. 
District No. 8 — Joseph W. Watson, Hollywood (Resigned 

June 9, 1952) ; William J. Young, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 
District No. 9— H. E. Bouldin, Hallandale. 

CONSTABLES 

District 1 — Andrew M. Brown, Deerfield Beach. 
District No. 2 — W. D. Overton, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3 — Wayburn Mitchell, Oakland Park (Suspended 

Jan. 11, 1952) ; H. Lay ton Mainguy, commissioned to serve 

during suspension. 
District No. 4 — Harry Sullivan, Ft. Launderdale (Resigned 

Oct. 1, 1952) ; Robert George Phillips, commissioned to 

serve unexpired term. 
District No. 6— Cleo K. Phillips, Dania. 
District No. 7 — Raymond Henderson, Davie. 
District No. 8 — J. R. Morgan, Hollywood. 
District No. 9 — Foster H. Ingalls, Hallandale. 

MEMBERS BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — Paul M. Ryle, Hollywood; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 



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District No. 2 — Geo. W. Kelly, Dania; term expires January, 
1953. 

District No. 3 — F. Laird Rickard, Ft. Launderdale; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

MEMBERS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

Joe D. Loper, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Nov. 30, 1952. 
Ralph R. Hammer, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Nov. 30, 1952. 
Alfred D. Griffin, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Nov. 30, 
1952. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Roland Hardy, Pompano Beach; term expires 1st Tuesday after 
1st Monday in January, 1953 (Resigned Nov. 10, 1952) . 

S. S. Holland, Hollywood; term expires 1st Tuesday after 1st 
Monday in January, 1953. 

C. J. Atwater, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 1st Tuesday after 
1st Monday in January, 1954. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER JUVENILE COURT 

Doyle A. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 9, 1953. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Senate, 1953. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
SOUTH BROWARD HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

D. M. Jordan, Dania; term expires July 21, 1954. 

Wilson A. Elsasser, Hollywood; term expired March 10, 1952 
(Deceased) ; Sidney S. Holland, commissioned to serve un- 
expired term; re-commissioned April 25, 1952, for ensuing 
term, or until March 10, 1956. 

Francis S. K. McGrath, Hallandale; term expires March 25, 
1954 (Resigned May 4, 1951); Hilbert C. Schwartz, com- 
missioned to serve unexpired term. 

Frank Stirling, Ft. Lauderdale; term expired April 2, 1952 
(Deceased) ; Walter Stirling, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term; re-commissioned May 1, 1952, for ensuing term, 
or until April 2, 1956. 

Henry D. Perry, Hollywood; term expires May 24, 1954. 



124 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Hanna B. Gaskin. 

Sheriff— J. C. Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. K. Musgrove. 

Tax Collector— J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Troy Penton (Resigned 
July 31, 1952) ; Lewis Bailey, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sidney Parrish. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Aultman, Blountstown. 

District No. 2— Coy O'Bryan, Altha. 

District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 

District No. 4— B. T. McClellan, Frink. 

District No. 5 — Wilson M. Bailey, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Raymond Branton, Blountstown. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Jones, Blountstown. 
District No. 3 — Preston Nichols, Altha. 
District No. 4 — R. B. Wells, Blountstown. 
District No. 5— Willis Pitts, Kinard. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jonah Barfield, Blountstown. 

CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT — PUNTA GORDA 

County Judge — John T. Rose, Jr. 
Sheriff — Fred Quednau. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Helen Brawner. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Jordan. 

Tax Collector — E. B. Yeager (Deceased) ; Areta Yeager, com- 
missioned to serve unexpired term. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Miss Sallie Jones. 



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County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — D. Frank Smoak (Resigned 

Oct. 18, 1951) ; Edward L. Gerson, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank O. Wilkins, Cleveland. 
District No. 2 — Shuby E. Locklear, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 3 — Vasco Peeples, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 4 — Wesley C. Vickers, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 5— Matt Weeks, Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. S. Hancock, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 2— P. C. O'Haver, Charlotte Harbor. 

District No. 3— Knox M. O'Neal, Punta Gorda (Resigned 
Sept. 18, 1951) ; Joe W. Hardee, commissioned to serve un- 
expired term. 

District No. 4 — Elmer Silcox, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 5 — Robert G. Donald, Punta Gorda. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul C. Rasch, Punta Gorda. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT INVERNESS 

County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 

Sheriff — Frank Morris. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Wilma V. Stevens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh C. Barco. 

Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Roger Weaver. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. M. Hendrix. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Clyde Williams, Crystal River. 
District No. 2 — Clyde Byrd, Homosassa. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Bellamy, Hernando. 



126 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — Norman P. Savary, Inverness. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. W. Bellah, Hernando (Deceased); Mrs. 

Emma E. Bellah, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 2 — Ernest Hay, Crystal River. 
District No. 3— Flossie Bassett, Floral City. 
District No. 4 — Clifford K. Harmon, Homosassa. 
District No. 5 — H. L. Connell, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Roddenberry, Dunellon. 

District No. 3 — R. L. Bellamy, Hernando. 

District No. 4— R. G. Holden, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — Harvey Miller, Inverness. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
CITRUS COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

W. L. Spivey, Floral City; term expires July 8, 1954. 
Elmo Reed, Homosassa Springs; term expired July 8, 1951. 
John H. Williams, Crystal River; term expires July 7, 1956. 
Ben W. Jones, Inverness; term expires July 11, 1953. 
George H. Brannen, Inverness; term expires July 5, 1953. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court— R. L. Tilley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude H. Smith. 

Tax Collector — C. L. Saunders. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. B. Bowles. 

Supervisor of Registration — George L. Carlisle. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Richard C. Gordie. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Marlin J. Harris, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Walter Odum, Orange Park. 



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District No. 3 — Arthur Hatcher, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — Jay Daniels, Middleburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— C. M. Burkhalter, Sr., Penny Farms. 
District No. 2 — W. Ernest Cherry, Orange Park. 
District No. 3— M. M. Sargent, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 4 — Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 
District No. 5 — LeRoy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Jim Rushton, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Joel L. Stephens, Orange Park. 
District No. 4 — W. P. Wilson, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — Al Bullay, Green Cove Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — L. E. Green, Orange Park. 

District No. 3— A. H. Wilkinson, Maxville. 

District No. 4 — Jacob J. Johns, Starke. 

District No. 5 — Arthur Long, Green Cove Springs. 

COLLIER 

COUNTY SEAT — EVERGLADES 

County Judge — S. S. Jolley. 

Sheriff— L. J. Thorp. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edmund F. Scott. 

County Asessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector— C. H. Collier. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ernest W. Hall. 

Supervisor of Registration — G. C. Luther. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — W. J. Janes, Copeland. 

District No. 3— R. A. Griffis, Marco. 

District No. 4 — James Lorenzo Walker, Naples. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Whidden, Immokalee. 



128 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Norman A. Herren, Everglades. 
District No. 2 — Clyde L. Clifton, Everglades. 
District No. 3— Elva B. Griffis, Marco. 
District No. 4 — Geraldine C. Smith, Naples. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Pepper, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. P. Ayers, Naples. 
District No. 4 — Fred Edenfield, Immokalee. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. D. Roberts, Immokalee; term expired Aug. 21, 1951. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — LAKE CITY 

County Judge — Archie Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff— Ralph Witt. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hugh B. Summers. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Lonnie M. Pearce. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Albert H. Rumph. 

County Attorney — W. Joe Ferguson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Norman H. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. B. Thomas, Lake City. 
District No. 2— J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 3 — Henry Melton, Lake City. 
District No. 4— R. P. Dicks, Lake City. 
District No. 5— Max M. Law, Lake City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Israel E. Hunter, Lake City. 

District No. 2— Otis L. Page, Lake City. 

District No. 3 — Lewis W. Bolton, Lake City. 

District No. 4 — Wallace A. Bailey, Lulu. 

District No. 5 — Jeff J. Kinard, Lake City. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— J. B. Sparkman, Ft. White (Resigned Jan. 16, 
1951) ; Basil C. Ellis, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

District No. 10— Ben F. Meeks, Lake City (Resigned Feb. 28, 
1952) ; Charles W. Burks, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6— L. G. Guynn, Fort White. 
District No. 10— Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 

DADE 

COUNTY SEAT MIAMI 

Judge— W. F. Blanton. 

Additional County Judge — Frank B. Dowling. 

Sheriff — Jimmy Sullivan (Suspended Oct. 16, 1950) ; Thomas 
J. Kelly, commissioned Nov. 10, 1950, pending suspension 
of Jimmy Sullivan. Jimmy Sullivan re-instated April 7, 
1951, and resigned June 18, 1951. Jack B. Henderson, com- 
missioned June 20, 1951, to serve unexpired term of Jimmy 
Sullivan. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — W. Cecil Watson. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Ben C. Willard. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Robt. R. Taylor. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. N. Lummus, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Earnest Overstreet. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James T. Wilson. 

County Surveyor — Chas. G. Hannock. 

Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 

Purchasing Agent and County Auditor — Wm. D. Joyce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Yarborough, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Hugh Peters, Miami. 
District No. 3—1. D. MacVicar, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Preston B. Bird, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Louis F. Snedigar, Miami Beach (Deceased) ; 
Harold Turk, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 



130 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— James M. Noel, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Angus W. Graham, Miami. 

District No. 3 — C. Raymond Van Dusen, Coral Gables. 

District No. 4 — Joseph L. Plummer, Miami. 

District No. 5 — Milton Weiss, Miami Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Edwin Lee Mason, Miami. 
District No. 2— Thos. S. Ferguson, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Ruth Linda Sutton, Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — Vernon W. Turner, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Kenneth Oka, Miami Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. M. McKinley Hudson, Miami. 

District No. 2 — George F. Rogers, Miami. 

District No. 3 — Luther T. Hardison, Miami (Deceased) ; 
Thelma R. Hardison, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

District No. 4 — Pete Morgan, Homestead (Suspended Jan. 19, 
1951) . William F. Brantley, commissioned to serve during 
period of suspension. Pete Morgan, re-instated June 6, 1951, 
resigned Aug. 1, 1952. George E. Wright, commissioned to 
serve unexpired term. 

District No. 5 — Harry S. Higgins, Miami Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. Robert Gardner, Miami; term expires January, 1955. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER OF THE JUVENILE AND 

DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

W. Ira Hazlett, Miami; term expires December 8, 1954. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER 

R. B. Eavenson, Miami; term expires July 6, 1955. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Cason Ives, Ojus; term expired Oct. 2, 1951. 

COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Julius Jay Perlmutter, Miami Beach; term expires Oct. 1, 1955 



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(Resigned Dec. 23, 1952); Burton M. Cohen, Miami, com- 
missioned to serve unexpired term. 
Polly Rose Balfe, Homestead; term expires Sept. 20, 1953. 
Jules P. Channing, Miami; term expires Sept. 29, 1953. 
D. Earl Wilson, Miami; term expires Aug. 22, 1955. 
Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami; term expires Aug. 15, 1955. 

DADE COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

L. F. O'Quinn; term expires January, 1953. 

Roosevelt C. Houser, Miami; term expires January, 1954. 

COURT OF CRIMES 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 18, 1955. 

JUVENILE COURT AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

Judge — Walter H. Beckman, Miami; term expires July 2, 1953. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — David J. Heffernan, Miami; term expires Jan. 15, 1954. 
Judge — Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires Aug. 5, 1953. 
Judge — Silver S. Squarcia, Miami; Senate, 1953. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Jeff Gautier, South Miami; term expires Feb. 5, 1950 (Re- 
signed Nov. 15, 1951) ; Leo Edwards appointed to served 
until Senate 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Arthur E. Merrill, Miami; term expires Senate 1953. 
William L. Ebsary, Coral Gables; term expires Senate 1953. 
Thomas L. Phillips, Miami; term expires Senate 1953. 
Edwin P. Lemay, Miami Beach; term expires Senate 1953. 
W. Sanders Gramling, Miami; term expires Senate 1953. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — L. D. Llewellyn, Miami; term expired June 9, 
1951 (Deceased) ; Clement L. Theed, commissioned to serve 
unexpired term; re-commissioned June 12, 1951, to serve 
ensuing term, or until June 9, 1955. 

District No. 2 — Walter G. Earnest, Miami; term expires June 
10, 1956. 



132 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — W. L. Farris, Miami; term expires June 7, 

1955. 
District No. 4 — Luther L. Chandler, Goulds; term expired 

June 11, 1952. William S. Sottile, Homestead, commissioned 

June 23, 1952, for ensuing term, or until June 11, 1956. 
District No. 5 — C. W. Chase, Jr., Miami Beach; term expires 

June 7, 1955. 

DeSOTO 

county seat arcadia 

County Judge — Gordon Hayes. 

Sheriff — Lloyd Holton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Miss Kate Carlton. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Edna M. Robertson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — L. H. Hancock (Re- 
signed Sept. 1, 1952) ; Charles O. Weaver, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William Dishong. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sallie Ivey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana J. Jones, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — J. Maston Bates, Arcardia. 

District No. 3 — M. A. Hollingsworth, Arcardia. 

District No. 4 — S. N. Smith, Nocatee. 

District No. 5 — J. A. Craft, Arcadia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harold D. Garner, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Geo. W. Boring, Arcadia. 
District No. 3-D. T. Yeats, Arcadia. 
District No. 4 — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 
District No. 5 — Thomas R. Brown, Arcadia. 



None. 
None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



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DIXIE 
COUNTY SEAT — CROSS CITY 

County Judge — L. G. Gunter (Resigned June 25, 1952) ; Ike 
C. Harmon, commissioned July 11, 1952, to serve until Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Sheriff— L. E. Hatcher. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Sanders. 

Tax Collector— D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. F. Hill. 

County Surveyor — Ellis Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie W. Williams. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Hayne Booker (Resigned June 15, 
1952) . 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 

District No. 2— J. O. Green, Old Town. 

District No. 3 — Roy B. Hendry, Cross City. 

District No. 4 — Perry A. Hill, Cross City. 

District No. 5 — John Philmon, Steinhatchee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— E. E. Driggers, Old Town. 

District No. 2 — L. L. Currie, Cross City (Deceased) ; Hildred 

McCaskill, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 3 — Minnie Stewart, Steinhatchee. 
District No. 4— Fred Fletcher, Old Town. 
District No. 5 — H. A. Langston, Cross City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Cleve Dees, Old Town. 
District No. 2— Hinton Hodge, Old Town. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT — JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — McKenney J. Davis. 

Sheriff— Rex Sweat. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leonard W. Thomas. 



134 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Kathleen L. Hartley. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Wm. T. Harvey. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — P. Guy Crews (Resigned 

Oct. 27, 1951) ; Frank T. Cannon, commissioned Oct. 30, 1951, 

to serve until January, 1953. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Leon E. Forbes. 
Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — W. Daniel Boyd. 
Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tom Marshall, Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville. 

District No. 4— R. D. (Bob) Gordon, Jacksonville (De- 
ceased) ; Julian Warren, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

District No. 5 — Edward I. Acosta, Jacksonville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ted DeWitt, Jacksonville (Suspended Jan. 18, 
1951); Mrs. J. D. Alderman, commissioned during suspen- 
sion; Ted DeWitt reinstated March 25, 1951. 

District No. 2 — Robert C. Lechner, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3 — W. C. Rivers, Jacksonville. 

District No. 4 — James B. Lee, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Cecil B. Lowe, Jacksonville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — F. W. Williams, Dinsmore (Resigned Aug. 8, 
1951); Mack H. Padgett, Jacksonville, commissioned Aug. 
20, 1951, to serve until January, 1953. 

District No. 3— J. A. Beard, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — L. B. McCullough, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Jas. L. Gavagan, Mayport. 

District No. 8 — Steve J. Targonski, Bayard. 

District No. 9 — George H. Brown, Jr., Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — Genevieve Medlock, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12— T. O. Holmes, South Jacksonville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 135 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— D. M. Keen, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Thomas, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — Lonnie A. Sikes, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Frank E. Brunson, Jr., Jacksonville Beach. 

District No. 8— R. G. Hartley, Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — L. B. Wilson, Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — J. R. Carmichael, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — A. M. Stephens, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12— W. T. Woodward, South Jacksonville. 

DUVAL COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Harry W. Stewart, Jacksonville; term expires 

January 1, 1955. 
District No. 2 — Walter N. Pace, Jacksonville; term expires 

January 1, 1953. 
District No. 3 — James E. Ross, Jacksonville; term expires 

January 1, 1955. 
District No. 4 — Paul R. Akin, Jacksonville; term expires 

January 1, 1953. 
District No. 5 — Harry A. Pierce, Jacksonville; term expires 

January 1, 1955. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Jack C. Elliott, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1955 (Re- 
signed) ; J. H. Coppedge, commissioned Feb. 11, 1952, to 
serve unexpired term. 

JUDGE SMALL CLAIMS COURT 

Henry J. Taylor, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1955. 
Military leave November 27, 1950. H. E. Belflower commis- 
sioned during leave of Henry J. Taylor. 

BUDGET COMMISSION — ELECTIVE 

District No. 1 — Lee Booth, Jacksonville; term expires June 7, 
1955 (Deceased Aug. 23, 1951) ; Victor R. Rooney, commis- 
sioned March 12, 1952 to serve unexpired term. 

District No. 2 — W. T. (Bill) Dow, Jacksonville; term expires 
June 7, 1956. 

District No. 3 — Fred E. Biggs, Jacksonville; term expires 
June 5, 1955. 



136 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Wm. T. Gordon, Jacksonville; term expires 
June 4, 1956. 

District No. 5 — William H. Dowling, Jacksonville; term ex- 
pires June 11, 1955. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

P. Bedford Wright; term expires June 15, 1955. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Nell R. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 20, 1953. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 1953. 

MEMBERS OF WELFARE BOARD 

Walker Stamps, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1953. 

W. C. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1953 (De- 
ceased) ; George Fish, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

Amelia J. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1953. 

Mable S. Hunt, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1953. 

T. D. Halliday, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1955. 

Mrs. Frances Baker Lane, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 
1955. 

Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, Jacksonville; term expires July 
10, 1955. 

Raymond B. Harris, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1955. 

Kenneth A. Morris, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1955. 

JUVENILE JUDGE 

W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires Aug. 18, 1955. 

COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

John S. Bond, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1953. 
L. G. Armstrong, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1954. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
William P. Head, Jacksonville; term expires April 5, 1951. 



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COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
George W. Milam, Jacksonville; term expires Senate, 1953. 
H. C. Avery, Jacksonville; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Clarence Ashby, Jacksonville; term expires Senate, 1953. 
James C. Merrill, Jacksonville; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville; term expires Senate, 1953. 

DUVAL COUNTY BEACHES HOSPITAL BOARD 

W. Hopson Goodloe, Neptune Beach; term expires July 1, 

1953 (Resigned Aug. 19, 1952) . 
Hewett H. Daniel, Jacksonville Beach; term expired July 1, 

1951. 
H. A. Durden, Jacksonville Beach; term expires July 1, 1953. 
H. George Carrison, Atlantic Beach; term expires July 1, 1953. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff — R. L. Kendrick. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Judge Court of Record — Ernest E. Mason. 

Solicitor Court of Record — John L. Reese. 

Clerk Court Record — George Trawick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wiley J. McDavid. 

Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Dan J. Anderson. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. B. Jones. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Jack H. Greenhut. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank L. Parise, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Francis O'Conor, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Clint Reilly, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — Earl Westmark, Pensacola. 
District No. 5— T. C. McCoy, Bluff Springs. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — M. B. Holmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Carl E. Jones, Century. 



138 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — L. D. McArthur, Pensacola. 
District No. 5— Wm. J. (Bill) Faris, Pensacola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Harvey M. Bizzell, Pensacola (Resigned Oct. 
16, 1952) ; H. Fletcher Davis, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term. 

District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Jacobi, Molino. 

District No. 4 — Alton F. Vaughn, Rt. 1, Atmore, Ala. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — A. Hilliard Bailey, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — Emmett E. Shelby, Pensacola. 

District No. 3— Gilbert Ward, Molino. 

District No. 4 — W. C. Rigby, Century. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Virgil A. Lea, Jr., Pensacola; term expired Oct. 19, 1951. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Marco J. White, Jr., Pensacola (commissioned 
Aug. 9, 1951) ; term expired Aug. 9, 1952. 

District No. 2 — Charles Soule, Pensacola (commissioned Aug. 
8, 1951) ; term expires Aug. 8, 1953. 

District No. 3 — Edward C. Jones, Pensacola (commissioned 
Aug. 8, 1951) ; term expires Aug. 8, 1954. 

District No. 4 — L. E. McCutchin, Pensacola (commissioned 
Aug. 15, 1951) ; term expires Aug. 15, 1955. 

District No. 5 — William G. Turbeville, Pensacola (commis- 
sioned Aug. 9, 1951) ; term expires Aug. 9, 1955. 

ESCAMBIA RIVER BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

J. E. Estes, Milton; term expired July 1, 1951. 
A. D. Pace, Pensacola; term expired July 1, 1951. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Edward C. Jones, Pensacola; term expired January, 1952. 
Clarence R. Walker, McDavid; term expires January, 1954. 

HARBOR MASTER 

W. E. Brown, Pensacola, term expires Oct. 20, 1951. 

Capt. Bennie Edmundson, Pensacola; term expires Senate 1953 



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COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Morris Levy, Pensacola; term expires Senate 1951 (Deceased) . 
Joseph P. Roe, Pensacola; term expires Senate 1951. 
M. A. Touart, Jr., Pensacola; term expires Senate 1951. 
Asa P. Ward, Pensacola; term expires Senate 1951. 
Jesse E. Watson, Sr., Pensacola; term expires Senate 1953. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

H. C. Stringfield, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of the 

Governor. 
J. T. Stringfield, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of the 

Governor. 

COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

M. A. Lischkoff, Pensacola; term expires Oct. 2, 1954. 

A. L. Wigham, Pensacola; term expires Oct. 3, 1955. 

Mary Ann Harrell, Pensacola; term expired Oct. 4, 1952 (Re- 
signed July 9, 1951) ; Lottie Mandville, commissioned Sept. 
26, 1951, to serve unexpired term. 

Hunter Brown, Pensacola; term expired Oct. 6, 1951 (Resigned 
July 31, 1952) . 

Bert Lane, Pensacola; term expires Dec. 1, 1953 (Resigned 
Feb. 19, 1951) ; Forsyth Caro, Pensacola, commissioned Sept. 
13, 1951, to fill unexpired term. 

H. A. Brosnaham, Jr., Pensacola; term expires Oct. 6, 1955. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — E. W. Johnson. 

Sheriff — Henry Wells. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector— J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John A. Clegg (Resigned 

June 30, 1952) ; Mrs. Donnella Deen Chastain, commissioned 

to serve unexpired term. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Gladys Deen. 
Judge Small Claims Court — W. L. Wadsworth. 



140 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— L. E. Wadsworth, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — George E. Wickline, Flagler Beach. 
District No. 3— Walter Cody, Bunnell. 
District No. 4— R. T. Hamilton, Bunnell. 
District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter, Espanola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. K. McKnight, Bunnell. 

District No. 2— H. P. Bowden, Bunnell. 

District No. 3 — W. L. Dunson, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — Harold D. Emery, Bunnell. 

District No. 5 — Malcolm Johnson, Bunnell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Charles E. Creal, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. L. Pellicer, Bunnell. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell; term expires Jan. 1, 1955. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT — APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — Raymond W. Witherspoon. 

Sheriff — Stanford Bragdon. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. P. Dodd (Resigned Jan. 7, 1952); 
Geo. P. Bradford, commissioned Jan. 10, 1952, to serve un- 
expired term. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred A. Hoffman. 

Tax Collector — Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Howard. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. W. Segree, East Point. 
District No. 2 — Geo. L. Wing, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — Lucius Allen, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. W. Neate, Apalachicola. 

District No. 2 — W. M. Robison, Carrabelle (Deceased) ; A. 

Larsen, commissioned July 1, 1952, to serve unexpired term, 

January, 1953. 
District No. 3 — A. L. Tucker, Jr., East Point (Resigned July 

11, 1951) ; George W. Creamer, East Point, commissioned 

Aug. 21, 1951, to serve unexpired term, January, 1955. 
District No. 4 — Maxie N. Brown, Apalachicola, commissioned 

April 6, 1950 (removed from district April 4, 1952) ; Edison 

Allen, Apalachicola, commissioned April 18, 1952, to serve 

unexpired term, January, 1953. 
District No. 5 — N. A. Fortunas, Apalachicola (Resigned 

March 28, 1952) ; J. A. Steely, Apalachicola, commissioned 

May 1, 1952, to serve until January, 1953. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Robert H. Ray, Apalachicola. 

District No. 2 — Wesley Ross, Carrabelle. 

District No. 3— E. W. Morris, East Point (Deceased) . 

HARBOR MASTER 

Leon C. Hance, Carrabelle (Resigned May 1, 1952) . 

COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

S. E. Rice, Apalachicola; term expires Jan. 27, 1953 (De- 
ceased) G. C. Gibbs, Apalachicola, commissioned March 18, 
1952, to serve unexpired term. 

C. A. Marks, Apalachicola; term expired Jan. 27, 1951. 

G. A. Dodd, Apalachicola; term expired Jan. 27, 1952 (Re- 
signed April 3, 1951) . 

R. E. McBlain, Apalachicola; term expires Jan. 31, 1953 (Re- 
signed Aug. 14, 1952) ; Fred W. Richards, commissioned 
Aug. 26, 1952, to serve unexpired term. 

A. B. Simmons, Carrabelle; term expires Jan. 27, 1955. 

Mrs. Edna L. Murdock, Apalachicola; term expires Jan. 27, 
1956. 

C. C. Land, Apalachicola; term expires Feb. 4, 1954. 



142 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT — QUINCY 

County Judge — Frank B. Thrower. 

Sheriff— Otho Edwards. 

Clerk Circuit Court— F. F. Morgan. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. L. Green. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — G. H. Mears. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. Love Hutchinson. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. A. McDearmid. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Woodberry, Havana. 
District No. 2 — E. Perry Woodward, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — Homer B. Hirt, Chattahoochee. 
District No. 4 — Hope Hines, Greensboro. 
District No. 5 — E. E. Bass, Quincy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Cecil V. Butler, Havana. 

District No. 2 — John C. Hinson, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — Edward H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Scarborough, Chattahoochee (Resigned 

March 1, 1951) ; C. O. Bevis, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 5 — Mark W. Monroe, Jr., Quincy (Deceased) ; 

H. E. Gene Morgan, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District N. 1 — W. A. McDeramid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Geo. W. Johnson, Quincy. 

District No. 9 — Edward D. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT — TRENTON 

County Judge — M. G. Akins. 
Sheriff — D. H. Browning. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. M. Quincey. 
Tax Collector— Ben M. Williams. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — E. P. Turner. 
Supervisor of Registration — Miss Nellie Langston. 
Judge Small Claims Court — William 0. Clifton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tommie Read, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — Dan Touchton, Trenton. 
District No. 3— W. O. Cannon, Belle. 
District No. 4— L. R. Thomas, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Joel Langford, Trenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ernest A. Williams, Trenton. 

District No. 2 — Lonnie Downing, Trenton. 

District No. 3— Ralph A. Taylor, Bell. 

District No. 4 — Theatis C. Thomas, Branford. 

District No. 5— W. M. (Bill) Beach, Trenton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — N. L. Curry, Wilcox. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — J. M. Couse. 

Sheriff— C. S. Pressley. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Mrs. D. S. Weeks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — I. E. Scott. 

Tax Collector— Cecil Y. Brooks. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Velton Walters. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Sallie Hadden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. S. Aly, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2— W. B. Whidden, La Belle. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Adkins, Moore Haven. 

District No. 4 — Cleo Taylor, Moore Haven. 

District No. 5 — L. N. Journigan, Moore Haven. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Fisher W. Ange, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— T. H. Snell, Palmdale. 
District No. 3-D. C. Settle, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4— Alice C. Bailey, LaBelle. 
District No. 5 — Lorena Skipper, Moore Haven. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Henry S. Bales, Moore Haven. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— R. L. Golden, Moore Haven. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. H. Peeples, Moore Haven, commissioned June 28, 1951; 
term expired Feb. 9, 1952. 

GULF 

COUNTY SEAT WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — J. E. Pridgeon. 

Sheriff— Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. Y. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Edd C. Pridgeon (Deceased) ; Emily Pridgeon, 

to serve unexpired term. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 
Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish (Mrs.). 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tobe Gay, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2 — J. S. Daniels, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 3 — Peter Strange, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 4 — Basil E. Kenney, Jr., Port St. Joe. 

District No. 5— J. F. Miller, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George Gaskin, Jr., Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2— C. L. Costin, Port St. Joe (Resigned Sept. 17, 
1951) ; Mrs. Neva H. Croxton, to serve until January, 1953. 
District No. 3— Fennon Talley, Port St. Joe. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 146 

District No. 4 — James H. Greer, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 5— J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 



None. 
None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 
CONSTABLES 



APPOINTIVE OFFICFRS 
HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. M. Hammock, Port St. Joe, term expired July 1, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

W. O. Anderson, Port St. Joe; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Harry H. Saunders, Port St. Joe; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Robert M. Bellows, Jr., Port St. Joe; term expires Senate, 

1953. 
R. F. Sheffer, Sr., Port St. Joe; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Fred Maddox, Port St. Joe; term expires Senate, 1953. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT — JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff— Brock Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. W. Register. 

Tax Collector — Jesse J. Milton. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. W. Bradshaw. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gordon Wetherington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— J. V. McCall, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — James Wynn, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — Aaron Hogan, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — Jerry Smith, Jasper. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Bryant Deas, Jennings. 

District No. 2— J. A. Mitchell, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 



146 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Hubert Burnett, Jasper. 
District No. 5 — Ed Wells, Jasper. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff— E. O. Roberts. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mabry Carlton. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Ezelle. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. B. Dominick. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 

County Attorney — Latimer C. Farr, Wauchula. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. J. Johnson, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Lee Hanchey, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Clayton Terrell, Ona. 
District No. 4 — Luke Waldron, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — I. V. Moore, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Irven Locklar, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Ralph Smith, Wauchula. 
District No. 3— Albert T. Pace, Wauchula. 
District No. 4 — T. J. Simmons, Wauchula. 

D. R. Stewart, commissioned to serve until January, 1955. 
District No. 5— W. C. Howze, Wauchula, Res. July 31, 1952. 



None. 
None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



HENDRY 



COUNTY SEAT — LA BELLE 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 
Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 147 

Clerk Circuit Court — T. Coburn Moore. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 

County Surveyor — Earl S. Royer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Charles E. Miner, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — J. Olien Davidson, LaBelle. 
District No. 3— R. B. Waldron, LaBelle. 
District No. 4— T. J. Crawford, Jr., LaBelle. 
District No. 5 — Broward N. Parsons, Felda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Mildred Taylor, LaBelle. 
District No. 2— Ivan P. Hall, LaBelle. 
District No. 3— E. M. Cornette, Clewiston. 
District No. 4—0. W. Risher, LaBelle. 
District No. 5 — R. M. Hare, Jr., Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James K. Weaver, Clewiston. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jimmy Davis, Clewiston. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. A. Davis, LaBelle; term expired Senate, 1951. 

COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

E. E. Kelly, Clewiston; term expired July 7, 1951. 
Blitz Wegman, LaBelle; term expired July 14, 1951. 
Earl Murray, LaBelle; term expires July 23, 1954. 
Fred C. Sikes, Clewiston; term expired July 8, 1952. 
W. W. Perry, Clewiston; term expired July 8, 1953. 

HERNANDO 

COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — Monroe W. Treiman, Brooksville. 



148 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Varn. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector— J. T. Daniel. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Louis L. Fisher. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie E. M. Duren. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. P. Mills, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — R. W. Underwood, Jr., Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — John L. Ayers, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — W. F. Saxon, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — R. M. Harville, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frank W. Springstead, Brooksville. 

District No. 2 — B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — Julius Batten, Brooksville. 

District No. 4 — Horace E. Gant, Brooksville. 

District No. 5 — T. J. K. Funderburk, Nobleton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Fletcher Weston, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — James Brooks, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. M. Price, Lacoochee. 
District No. 4 — J. C. Plummer, Brooksville. 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT SEBRING 

County Judge — Howard G. Livingston. 

Sheriff — Broward Coker. 

Clerk Circuit Court— H. T. Piety. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector— J. Colin De Shong. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 

County Attorney— M. R. McDonald. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. X. Droit. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Ralph M. Clements. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. H. Grice, Avon Park. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 149 

District No. 2 — Arthur J. Tubbs, Sebring. 

District No. 3 — R. L. Stokes, Lorida. 

District No. 4— A. C. McAulay, Lake Placid. 

District No. 5 — John W. Schumacher, Sebring (Removed by 

Senate, May 16, 1951) ; W. V. Higgins, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— E. Ray Wells, Avon Park. 

District No. 2— H. N. Webster, Sebring. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. K. M. Waggaman, Lorida. 

District No. 4 — S. F. Longbottom, Avon Park. 

District No. 5 — W. V. Higgins, Sebring (Resigned Aug. 27, 

1951) ; Henry G. Bailey, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Alton Elder, Avon Park. 

District No. 2— W. L. Long, Sebring (Resigned Oct. 8, 1951) ; 
Mrs. Lottie C. Long, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Eddie Fowler, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — Lewis I. Butler, Sebring. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
R. J. Hargrove, Venus; term expired Aug. 7, 1951. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Sarah J. Dimberline, Sebring; term expired June 30, 1952. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

W. C. Mackey, Sebring; term expires 1st Tuesday after 1st 

Monday, January, 1953. 
Charles G. Metcalfe, Avon Park; term expires 1st Tuesday 

after 1st Monday, January, 1954. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT — TAMPA 

County Judge — Wm. C. Brooker. 

Sheriff— Hugh Culbreath (Suspended March 8, 1951, re- 



150 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

instated May 10, 1951) ; Elbert Moore served during period 

of suspension. 
Clerk Circuit Court— Chas. H. Pent. 
Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 
Judge Criminal Court of Record — L. A. Grayson. 
Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — V. R. Fisher (Suspended 

March 23, 1951, re-instated April 9, 1951) . 
County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. S. Sparkman. 
Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Crockett Farnell. 
County Surveyer — Harold M. Sullivan. 
Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick Nuccio, Tampa. 

District No. 2— Fred W. Ball, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — G. Frank Bullard, Tampa (Deceased) ; Eva 
Marie Bullard to serve until January, 1953. 

District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — Elbert Moore, Balm (Resigned March 9, 
1951) ; Ellsworth G. Simmons, Ruskin, to serve until Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al Chiaramonte, Tampa. 

District No. 2 — Marvin D. Green, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — C. Leon King, Tampa. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Robinson, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — Ellworth G. Simmons, Ruskin (Resigned 
March 15, 1951) ; Clyde F. McLeod, Riverview, commis- 
sioned to serve unexpired term. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Joseph G. Spicola, Tampa (Suspended Feb. 1, 
1952, re-instated June 20, 1952) ; W. Marion Hendry, Tampa, 
served during period of suspension. 

District No. 2— Ward Holloway, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— T. L. Hackney, Jr., Tampa. 
District No. 2 — James L. Brannen, Plant City. 



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BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Joseph A. Falsone, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

District No. 2 — George A. Carey, Plant City; term expires 
January, 1955. 

District No. 3 — Henry Clay well, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

District No. 4 — Carl D. Brorein, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1955. 

District No. 5 — Paul B. Dickman, Ruskin; term expires 
January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
JURY COMMISSIONS 

Earl R. Sealey, Tampa; term expired January, 1951. 

H. Arden Mays, Plant City; term expires January, 1950. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

J. O. Bloodworth, Jr., Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 
J. M. Ingram, Tampa; term expires Nov. 14, 1954. 
Ed Blackburn, Jr., Tampa; term expires Nov. 25, 1953 (Re- 
signed Oct. 5, 1952) . 
Richard E. Knight, Tampa; term expires Nov. 16, 1953. 
D. Hoyt Woodbery, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 
J. R. Mynatt, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 

MEMBERS VIRGINIA PARK ZONING COMMISSION 

Fred J. Hohnadel, Tampa; term expired July 16, 1951. 
Morton O. Nace, Tampa; term expired July 22, 1952 (Resigned 
March 3, 1950) . 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 31, 1955. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Ida C. Roch, Tampa; term expires January, 1953. 

INSPECTOR NAVAL STORES 

J. G. Sharpe, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of the Governor 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES SUBURBAN TAMPA SANITARY DISTRICT 

J. L. Stevens, Tampa; commissioned Nov. 23, 1945, until Jan. 

1, 1951. 
V. H. Northcutt, Tampa; commissioned Dec. 3, 1945 until Jan. 

1, 1952. 



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ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

J. M. Bregar, Tampa; term expires Oct. 13, 1953. 

Alfred M. Watson, Tampa; term expires October 17, 1953. 

W. M. Miles, Tampa; term expires Oct. 23, 1953. 

Roger D. Flynn, Tampa; term expires Nov. 7, 1953. 

M. H. Mabry, Tampa; term expires April 3, 1954. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTION 

District No. 1 — Bryce Sloop, Tampa; term expires January, 
1955. 

District No. 2 — Joseph D. Adams, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

District No. 3 — John W. Lorton, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1955. 

District No. 4 — Lester B. Blain, Plant City; term expires 
January, 1953. 

District No. 5 — John Kushmer, Gibsontown; term expires 
January, 1955. 

MEMBERS NORTH INTERBAY FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

R. H. Lain, Tampa; term expires Aug. 10, 1956. 
H. L. Crowder, Tampa; term expires Aug. 8, 1955. 
Rufus T. D. Cooper, Tampa; term expires Aug. 10, 1954. 
Arthur T. Averill, Tampa; term expires Aug. 10, 1956. 
Frank S. Cochran, Tampa; term expires Aug. 8, 1955. 

MEMBERS SOUTH INTERBAY FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Otto Pelham, Tampa; commissioned Sept. 3, 1947 until Aug. 

10, 1952 (Resigned April 4, 1951); George M. Groome, 

Tampa; commissioned June 15, 1951, until Aug. 10, 1952. 
Nelson Poindexter, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 13, 1947 until 

Aug. 13, 1951. 
Wilbur Jenkins, Tampa; commissioned Sept. 9, 1948, until 

Aug. 13, 1952. 
Carl Roch, Tampa; commissioned Sept. 2, 1947 until Aug. 13, 

1951. 
Carl P. Fish, commissioned Aug. 31, 1950 until Aug. 10, 1954. 

GOLF VIEW PARKLAND SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Robt. C. Rice, Tampa; term expired April 1, 1951. 
Richard S. McKay, Tampa; term expired March 31, 1952. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 153 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MARYLAND MANOR 
SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

John J. Hedrick, Jr., Tampa; term expires April 14, 1956. 

E. C. Cox, Tampa; term expires April 16, 1953 (Resigned Jan. 

1, 1952) ; Everett R. Jackson, Tampa, commissioned June 4, 

1952, to serve until April 16, 1953. 
Geo. K. Strauss, Tampa; term expires April 18, 1954 (Resigned 

Jan. 12, 1952) ; James H. Turner, Tampa, commissioned May 

5, 1952, to serve unexpired term. 

VIRGINIA PARK SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

John L. Parkhill, Tampa, commissioned Dec. 22, 1952 until 

Sept. 26, 1954. 
Clark Douglass, Tampa, commissioned Dec. 22, 1952 until 

Sept. 22, 1955. 
Ralph T. Powery., commissioned July 2, 1949 until Sept. 22, 

1952; term expired; recommissioned Dec. 22, 1952 until Sept. 

22, 1956. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Peyton T. Jordan, Jr., Tampa; term expires Senate. 1953. 
William L. McNevin, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Gilbert Turner, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Tom J. Landrum, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 
John W. McWhirter, Tampa; term expires Senate, 1953. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
SULPHUR SPRINGS FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. W. Regan, Tampa; term expires Oct. 12, 1953, succeeds 

Lloyd Dyal, Sr., moved from the state. 
J. L. Young, Jr., Tampa; term expires Dec. 3, 1953, succeed" 

W. D. (Dick) Harris, resigned. 
Hugh L. Love, Tampa; term expires Oct. 9, 1954. 
George W. Pitts, Tampa; term expires Oct. 9, 1954. 
Richard P. Bacon, Tampa; term expires Sept. 9, 1954. 

DIRECTORS LAW LIBRARY BOARD 

Norman S. Brown, Tampa; term expired July 1, 1952. 
Charles F. Blake, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1953. 
Joseph Miyares, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1955. 



154 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charles I. Campbell, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1955. 
Frank P. Ingram, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1954. 

SOUTH INTERBAY SPECIAL LIGHT DISTRICT 

T. D. Williams, Tampa; term expires Jan. 3, 1956. 
John A. Sellas, Tampa; term expires Jan. 3, 1953. 
F. Hilton Crowe, Tampa; term expires Jan. 3, 1953. 
Amant J. Labadie, Tampa; term expires Jan. 17, 1955. 
Herbert H. Reading, Tampa; term expires Jan. 4, 1956. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY 

E. H. Chapman, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1953. 

T. N. Henderson, Jr., Tampa; term expires July 1, 1953. 

J. Clifford McDonald, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1953. 

DREW PARK SPECIAL FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

John E. Rausch, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 22, 1951 until 

Aug. 22, 1953. 
Carl F. Cox, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 22, 1951 until Aug. 

22, 1954. 
Clayton L. Sproul, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 22, 1951 until 

Aug. 22, 1954. 
Joseph V. Despirito, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 23, 1951 until 

Aug. 23, 1952. 
Walter A. Lovell, Tampa; commissioned Aug. 24, 1951 until 

Aug. 24, 1953. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT — BONIFAY 

County Judge — Klein McDonald. 

Sheriff — J. R. Chance. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Helms. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — Gordon Clemons. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alex Shepherd. 

Supervisor of Registration — Julius Phillips. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Padgett, Bonifay. 
District No. 2 — Orwin Jones, Westville. 
District No. 3 — I. O. Hyman, Graceville. 



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District No. 4 — Cecil Miller, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — J. P. Bush, Bonifay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. C. Ross, Bonifay. 
District No. 2— Fred H. Stripling, Westville. 
District No. 3 — Mark Weeks, Darlington. 
District No. 4 — Jesse J. Pitts, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — E. D. Polston, Graceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — C. P. Yarborough, Westville. 
District No. 5— J. H. Bullock, Bonifay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. R. Norris, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 3— W. W. Cooey, Westville. 
District No. 5 — Curtis C. Roberts, Bonifay. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT VERO BEACH 

County Judge— Otis M. Cobb. 

Sheriff— L. B. O'Steen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Douglas Baker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Homer C. Fletcher. 

Tax Collector— Troy E. Moody. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. A. Thompson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Sherman N. Smith, Jr. (Resigned 
March 31, 1952) ; George Heath, commissioned to serve un- 
expired term. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louis Harris, Jr. 

Judge Small Claims Court— C. T. Walker. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— H. C. Watts, Fellsmere. 

District No. 2— J. J. P. Hamilton, Winter Beach. 

District No. 3 — Aubrey L. Waddell, Vero Beach. 

District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 

District No. 5 — Tom N. Stewart, Vero Beach (Resigned Dec. 

20, 1951) ; Miles Allison Warren, Vero Beach, commissioned 

to serve until January, 1953. 



156 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Marland L. Medlin, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Jeanette B. Merriman, Vero Beach. 
District No. 3— C. G. Wilhoit, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — Sarah F. Diamond, Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — Sam D. Smith, Wabasso. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Hamilton H. Floyd, Vero Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— W. M. Palmer, Fellsmere. 
District No. 5 — Henry A. DeWitt, Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. M. Barnes, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953 (Re- 
signed Dec. 20, 1951) . 
J. R. Graves, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
E. W. Vickers, Sebastian; term expires January, 1953. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Axtel T. Peterson, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT MARIANNA 

County Judge — Robert L. McCrary. 

Sheriff — Ernest F. Barnes. 

Clerk Circuit Court— E. W. Bowles. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Emma L. Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

County Surveyor — H. H. Pritchard. 

County Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. J. Mitchell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. A. Smith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. Addison Cogburn, Cottondale. 
District No. 3 — Jodie Sketo, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — O. L. Peacock, Sneads. 
District No. 5— M. V. Patrick, Jr., Sneads. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 
District No. 2— F. M. Golson, Marianna. 
District No. 3— E. C. McDaniel, Malone. 
District No. 4 — Hagler D. Ward, Cottondale. 
District No. 5 — T. J. Lanier, Sneads. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — E. C. Davis, Marianna. 
District No. 12— H. L. Herring, Malone. 
District No. 14— P. T. Everett, Graceville. 
District No. 15— W. W. Grimsley, Cottondale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — A. B. Tidwell, Marianna. 
District No. 12— S. E. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14 — Leo Kirkland, Graceville. 
District No. 15 — J. C. Jackson, Cottondale (Resigned) ; Pete 
Oxendine, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES JACKSON COUNTY HOSPITAL CORP. 

L. S. Pender, Marianna; term expires June 23, 1953. 
Raymond Cartledge, Cottondale; term expires Aug. 27, 1955. 
Will L. Johnson, Malone; term expires Sept. 5, 1955. 
D. Dexter McCaskell, Marianna; term expires June 23, 1956. 
C. Davis Turner, Marianna; term expired June 23, 1952. 
W. H. Nobles, Marianna; term expires July 20, 1954. 
Neal B. Williams, Graceville; term expires July 19, 1954. 
Jodie Sketo, Marianna; term expires July 13, 1954. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Thomas B. Bird. 

Sheriff— C. Obie Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Clyde H. Sauls. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector— R. J. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ardney J. Boland. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton (Military leave, 
Aug. 31, 1951); Kenneth Cooksey, Acting Prosecuting At- 
torney during leave. 



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Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Prentice P. Pruitt. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Norman H. Hartsfield, Aucilla. 

District No. 2— E. I. Braswell, Monticello. 

District No. 3 — Judge B. Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 4— Fred Stokley, Monticello. 

District No. 5 — Jesse H. Lovett, Lloyd. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. G. Morris, Monticello. 

District No. 2 — Arthur L. Herndon, Aucilla. 

District No. 3— W. H. Floyd, Lamont. 

District No. 4— C. B. Hamilton, Monticello. 

District No. 5 — Ralph Groom, Wacissa (Resigned March 28, 

1951) ; B. F. Hightower, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5— J. E. Willie, Lloyd. 
District No. 8— W. W. Rudd, Jr., Aucilla. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Jr., Lloyd. 

District No. 6 — Clyde C. Home, Aucilla. 

District No. 9 — Walton Bishop, Lamont. 

District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT — MAYO 

County Judge— Guy M. McClain. 

Sheriff — J. W. Pridgeon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Sidney C. Edwards. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. E. Cates. 

Tax Collector— A. T. Folsom, Sr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. R. McCallum. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. C. Golden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. R. Bell, Mayo. 
District No. 2— J. Theron Abbott, Mayo. 



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District No. 3 — Ovedia McCray, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — Walter E. Buchanan, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Lewin Jones, Mayo. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Thomas A. Bell, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — A. Dexter Jones, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — Harry McCray, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — LeRoy Odom, Mayo. 
District No. 5 — Cora McKinney, Mayo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. J. Byrd, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. F. Hart, Mayo. 

LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT — TAVARES 

County Judge— W. Troy Hall, Jr. 
Sheriff— Willis V. McCall. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. J. Dykes. 
County Assessor of Taxes — R. G. Cassady. 
Tax Collector— Mrs. Pearl L. Cullen. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Frank J. Banning. 
County Surveyor — H. O. Peters. 

Supervisor of Registration — Warren L. Story (Deceased) ; 
Mrs. Sophia M. Story, commissioned to fill unexpired term. 
Judge Small Claims Court — C. Welborn Daniel. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George L. Singletary, Leesburg. 

District No. 2 — J. C. Cowart, Groveland. 

District No. 3 — H. K. Stokes, Minneola. 

District No. 4— F. E. Owens, Eustis (Resigned Dec. 17, 1952) ; 

O. M. Simpson, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 5 — H. Lightfoot, Altoona. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Kendall R. Jones, Mount Dora. 
District No. 2 — J. Chester Lee, Leesburg. 



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District No. 3— A. M. Davis, Groveland. 
District No. 4 — Mrs. J. Vernon Brice, Clermont. 
District No. 5— Paul W. Bryan, Umatilla. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 10 — E. R. Williamson, Leesburg (Resigned June 

26, 1952) ; T. V. Ferguson, commissioned to fill unexpired 
term. 

District No. 13— H. B. Hunter, Yalaha. 

District No. 14— Malcolm W. McDonald, Mascotte. 

District No. 15 — H. Earle Hooks, Clermont. 

District No. 23 — Fred R. Brandon, Groveland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — J. S. Dickerson, Eustis. 
District No. 10 — A. N. Stivender, Leesburg. 
District No. 13— W. M. Hall, Yalaha. 
District No. 14 — John W. Powers, Mascotte. 
District No. 23— F. J. Smith, Groveland. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Fred A. Borg, Leesburg; term expired Sept. 1, 1951. 

LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

Alfred Rehbaum, Mt. Dora; term expires July 1, 1953. 
Tim Knowles, Leesburg; term expires July, 1955. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Archie M. Odom. 
Sheriff — Flanders Thompson. 
Clerk Circuit Court— D. T. Farabee. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John M. Boring. 
Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Charlie Bevis. 
Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Tuttle Smith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— H. M. Stringfellow, Pine Island. 
District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 

District No. 3— Leon D. Smith, Ft. Myers (Suspended Feb. 
5, 1951, resigned Nov. 23, 1951) ; Robert E. Parks, Ft. Myers 



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Beach, commissioned to serve during period of suspension, 

and commissioned June 26, 1951, to serve unexpired term 

of L. D. Smith, resigned. 
District No. 4— H. E. Keen, Alva (Suspended Feb. 5, 1951, 

re-instated April 18, 1951) ; Walter F. Hasley, commissioned 

to serve during period of suspension. 
District No. 5— Wilson Pigott, Tice. 

MEMBERS OF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl Hord, St. James City. 
District No. 2 — Edward Simpson, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3— David M. Bull, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 4— Gladys Hanton, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 5— J. L. Clarkson, Ft. Myers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John W. Knight, Boca Grande. 
District No. 3 — Jimmy Flynn, Ft. Myers. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
BOCA GRANDE FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Everett Tucker, Boca Grande; term expires July 2, 1955. 
Johnny L. Downing, Boca Grande; term expires Dec. 9, 1955. 
Peter Hansen, Boca Grande; term expires Sept. 18, 1955. 

JUDGE SMALL CLAIMS COURT 

Charles M. Roberts, Ft. Myers; term expires January, 1953. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Quida Lee Wingate, Ft. Myers; term expires Jan. 12, 1953. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Lonnie Futch, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Gordon Guerard, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Richard C. Kuhl, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 
T. S. Parkinson, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 
W. B. Presley, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 
Coram Lanier, Boca Grande; term expires Senate, 1953. 



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Ft. Myers Beach Mosquito Control Board 
Jewell Van Slyte, Ft. Myers Beach. Commissioned by County 

Commissioners, Lee County. Resigned May 1, 1951. 
Don Zimmer, Fort Myers Beach. Term Expires July 12, 1953. 
Henry Albers, Tice. Term Expires January 1953. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — James C. Gwynn. 
Sheriff — Frank Stoutamire. 
Clerk Circuit Court — George G. Crawford. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. A. Bass. 
Tax Collector— W. Kenneth Collins. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Amos P. Godby. 
County Surveyor — Lester G. Flanagan. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Clinton N. Ashmore. 
Supervisor of Registration — Miss Hattie L. Coles. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Sullivan, Tallahassee. 

District No. 2— J. Christie Hall, Tallahassee. 

District No. 3— Leon C. Tully, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — R. F. Bradford, Tallahassee. 

District No. 5— V. G. Philips, Tallahassee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee. 

District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 

District No. 3— T. B. Revell, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4— Ben C. Willis, Tallahassee. 

District No. 5— W. Kent Hall, Tallahassee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James R. Harris, Tallahassee (Deceased); J. 

Richard Harris, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Register, Jr., Tallahassee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. H. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — A. F. Rich, Tallahassee (Resigned Jan. 8, 
1952). 



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District No. 2 — James McKinney Smith, Tallahassee (Re- 
signed Dec. 2, 1952) . 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. W. C. Tully, commissioned July 23, 1945. 

JUDGE SMALL CLAIMS COURT 

Halley B. Lewis, Tallahassee (Resigned Jan. 25, 1951) ; Rivers 
Buford, Jr.; term expired Oct. 8, 1951. 

LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRONSON 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— G. T. Robbins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jack L. Meeks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector— M. D. Graham. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. A. White (Deceased) ; 

Alvin E. Mikell, commissioned to fill unexpired term. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louise N. Sale. 
Judge Small Claims Court — S. E. Wasson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ernest Stephens, Bronson. 

District No. 2— David W. Meeks, Chiefland. 

District No. 3 — L. O. Neeld, Bronson. 

District No. 4 — Randolph Hodges, Cedar Key (Resigned Sept. 

3, 1952) ; Pete Baylor commissioned Nov. 17, 1952 to serve 

until January, 1953. 
District No. 5 — Massey L. Smith, Bronson. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. E. Watson, Trenton. 
District No. 2— J. E. Dorsett, Cedar Key. 
District No. 3— Elliott Whitehurst, Williston. 
District No. 4— B. H. Curry, Chiefland. 
District No. 5— C. G. Petteway, Gulf Hammock. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — W. H. Hale, Bronson. 

District No. 7 — James M. English, Williston. 

District No. 13 — Julian P. Turner, Chiefland. 

District No. 14— C. M. Pearson, Inglis. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. J. Coleman, Bronson. 
District No. 3— W. J. Crews, Otter Creek. 
District No. 7— P. L. Wiggins, Williston. 
District No. 13 — Dave Hudson, Chiefland. 

District No. 16— P. M. Osteen, Gulf Hammock (Resigned 
July 8, 1952) . 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT BRISTOL 

County Judge — R. H. Deason. 

Sheriff— S. G. Revell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. G. Larkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. F. Bateman. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Summers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Olin Shuler. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reese. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. W. Kinsey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. C. Phillips, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2— J. M. Revell, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Spencer C. Smith, Orange. 

District No. 4— J. K. Peddie, Hosford. 

District No. 5— A. M. Shuler, Telogia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thomas Love, Hosford. 

District No. 2— W. H. Howell, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Nathan Chester, Telogia. 

District No. 4— Clifford Whittle, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 5 — Seab C. Larkins, Sumatra. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albert Faircloth, Bristol. 
District No. 4— J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Dick Boykin, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — George Roberts, Hosford. 



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MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT — MADISON 

County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 

Sheriff — Simeon H. Moore. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Dale M. Leslie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector— Pat Millinor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edwin B. Browning. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Pat S. Canty, Madison. 

District No. 2— F. C. Glass, Lee. 

District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 

District No. 4— K. P. Beaty, Lamont. 

District No. 5 — John H. Williams, Lee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. P. Johnson, Madison. 
District No. 2 — Carl Smith, Madison. 
District No. 3 — C. W. Braswell, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — David S. Sessions, Shady Grove. 
District No. 5— W. B. Ezell, Lee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— T. Z. Martin, Madison. 
District No. 5 — Albert O. Sistrunk, Greenville. 
District No. 7 — Lewis Floyd, Cherry Lake. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MADISON COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITAL BOARD 

T. P. McLeod, Jr., Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
V. S. Smith, Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
S. E. Whitty, Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
Mrs. W. T. Davis, Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
J. G. Ashley, Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
C. S. Blalock, Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 
T. J. Beggs, Jr., Madison; term expires July 25, 1953. 



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J. Vickers, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 
J. P. Johnson, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 
James Hardee, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 
Mrs. R. C. Home, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 
Van H. Priest, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 
Henry Messer, Madison; term expires July 25, 1955. 



MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTON 

County Judge — George R. Hitchcolk. 

Sheriff— Roy F. Baden. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Lloyd M. Hicks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John F. Vanderipe (Suspended June 

23, 1952) ; William J. Ray, commissioned to serve during 

period of suspension. 
Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 
County Surveyor — Karl Squires. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. Alden Gillett, Parrish. 

District No. 2— H. C. Slaughter, Palmetto. 

District No. 3 — Herman Burnett, Bradenton. 

District No. 4 — Ralph S. Clark, Jr., Bradenton. 

District No. 5— J. E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— J. P. Harllee, Jr., Palmetto. 

District No. 2 — Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 

District No. 3 — Vernon L. DeSear, Samoset. 

District No. 4 — Harry H. Looney, Bradenton. 

District No. 5 — Mead Smith, Palmetto (Resigned March 1, 

1952) ; R. H. Prine, commissioned to serve until January, 

1955. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— C. L. Baker, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — L. K. Amlong, Bradenton. 



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X 
CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Gordon S. Cox, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Henry W. Johnson, Bradenton. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton; term expires May 9, 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

Joe Gill, Sarasota; term expired Sept. 12, 1951. Resigned May 
3, 1951. 

H. E. Weichman, Sarasota; term expired Oct. 1, 1952. 

Franklin S. Hodge, Sarasota; term expires Oct. 1, 1953 (De- 
ceased) ; George A. King, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

William J. Foster, Bradenton; term expires Jan. 16, 1954. 

I. M. Clicquennoi, Sarasota; term expires Sept. 12, 1955. 

Earle D. Quinnell, Sarasota; term expires Oct. 1, 1954. 

Manuel Ortiz, Jr., Sarasota; term expires Oct. 1, 1953. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Geo. W. Dillon, Bradenton; term expires first Monday in Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

H. E. Boyd, Terra Ceia; term expires first Monday in January, 
1952. 

ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

H. S. Moody, Bradenton; term expired Jan. 1, 1951. 
H. B. Miller, Anna Maria; term expired Jan. 1, 1951. 
John Neil McClure, Palmetto; term expired Jan. 1, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS EROSION PREVENTION BOARD 

H. B. Miller, Anna Maria; term expired Oct. 14, 1952. 

F. B. Giles, Anna Maria Island; term expired Oct. 26, 1952 (Re- 
signed Aug. 29, 1951) ; Bernard Wagaman, commissioned to 
serve unexpired term (Resigned May 1, 1952) ; Dr. W. L. 
Crist, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

W. W. Botkin, Bradenton Beach; term expired Oct. 27, 1952. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT MANATEE COUNTY 

Gordon Whitney, Sarasota; term expires July 24, 1954. 
Harold C. Johnson, Bradenton; term expires July 26, 1954. 
E. F. Staples, Samoset; term expires Aug. 29, 1954. 
L. P. Thomas, Palmetto; term expires Oct. 9, 1954. 



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ANNA MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

R. Maxwell Ingham, Bradenton Beach; term expires Sept. 11, 

1954. 
Cy Favero, Bradenton Beach; term expired Sept. 30, 1952. 
H. D. Meeker, Bradenton Beach; term expires Sept. 30, 1953. 
Louis S. Cobb, Bradenton Beach; term expires Sept. 30, 1953. 
James A. Forrester, Anna Maria; term expires Sept. 30, 1954. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

Matt Pilcher, Sarasota; term expires June 1, 1954. 
Glenn L. Berry, Manatee; term expires Feb. 11, 1955. 
F. G. Dumont, Sarasota; term expires Aug. 5, 1954. 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT — OCALA 

County Judge — D. R. Smith. 

Sheriff — Edward Porter, Jr. (Deceased) ; Donald L. McLeod, 

commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Carlyle Ausley (Resigned Nov. 1, 1952) ; 

John F. Nicholson, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Ernest C. Nott. 
Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — N. Broward Lovell. 
County Surveyor — J. R. Moorehead. 
Supervisor of Registration — Nevin C. Perkins (Deceased) ; 

Fannie R. Pasteur, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Virgil L. Milbrath. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. Bruce Meffert, Ocala. 

District No. 2— A. B. Folks, Ocala. 

District No. 3 — J. O. Monroe, Summerfield. 

District No. 4— Geo. W. Mullins, Ocala. 

District No. 5— Julius C. Martin, Ft. McCoy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Miles Hiers, Ocala. 
District No. 2 — Beecher Beck, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — L. H. Marsh, Eureka. 
District No. 4 — George W. Newsom, Ocala. 
District No. 5 — C. B. Russell, Summerfield. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Charles Thomas, Ocala; term expired January, 1952. 
Henry E. Chalker, Sr., Dunellon; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Annie S. Thomas, Ocala; term expires May 11, 1953. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT — STUART 

County Judge — Arthur R. Clonts. 

Sheriff— G. M. Hancock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Roscoe H. Rollins. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee. 

County Surveyor — James E. (Jim) Brock. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ranson R. Tilton, Jensen Beach (on military 
leave) ; Seymour Gideon commissioned during leave of 
Ransom R. Tilton. 

District No. 2— Arnold M. Bauer, Stuart. 

District No. 3 — A. E. Sims, Hobe Sound. 

District No. 4 — Chas. William Leighton, Stuart. 

District No. 5 — C. M. Fletcher, Indiantown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No.l — T. R. Hellier, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2— J. D. Parker, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Hataway, Indiantown. 
District No. 4— D. L. Williams, Stuart. 
District No. 5— Sara W. Wood, Hobe Sound. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— M. R. Cartwright, Stuart (Deceased); Theo- 



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dore C. Houk, commissioned to serve the unexpired term 
(given military leave of absence June 1, 1951) ; Harry C. 
Beckman, commissioned to serve during absence of M. R. 
Cartwright. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Indiantown. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 

(•Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

MEMBER EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

O. D. Hataway, Indiantown; term expired Aug. 7, 1951. 
Merle Williams, Indiantown; term expires Senate, 1953. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 

Sheriff — Berlin A. Sawyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Earl R. Adams. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Harry Dongo. 

Judge, Criminal Court Record — Thomas S. Caro. 

Solicitor, Criminal Court Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Eva Warner Gibson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude A. Gandolfo. 

Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Horace O'Bryant. 

Supervisor of Registration — Samuel B. Pinder, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe Allen, Key West. 
District No. 2— Frank Bentley, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Clarence S. Higgs, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Gerald Saunders, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavernier. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William R. Warren, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 2— Gerald H. Adams, Key West. 



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District No. 3— J. Carlyle Roberts, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Julio Cabanas, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 5— Edney B. Parker, Key West. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ira Franklin Albury, Key West. 
District No. 2— Roy Hamlin, Key West. 

District No. 3— E. R. Lowe, Tavernier (Deceased) ; R. D. Zet- 
terower, Marathon; commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Harry H. Johnson, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Jose Espinosa, Key West. 
District No. 3 — William Pinder, Tavernier. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Elizabeth E. Singleton, Key West; commissioned April 4, 1949, 
until March 3, 1953 (Resigned Sept. 18, 1951) ; Isabelle Flem- 
ing, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

ANTI-MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Neil Saunders, Key West; term expires January, 1953. 
Chester F. Tingler, Key West; term expires January, 1953 (Re- 
signed Nov. 12, 1952) . 
Albert W. Moeller, Key West; term expires January, 1953. 

MEMBERS FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

Louis M. J. Eisner, Key West; term expires March 21, 1954. 

Everett Russell, Key West; term expires March 15, 1954 (De- 
ceased) ; Vance C. Stirrup, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

Juan Lopez, Key West; term expires March 21, 1954. 

John B. Hayes, Key West; term expires March 22, 1954. 

Alonzo Cothron, Islamorada; term expires March 22, 1954. 

MEMBERS OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Sam E. Harris, Key West; term expires July 6, 1953. 
Harry Knight, Sr., Key West; term expires July 6, 1953. 
Anthony Demeritt, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. 
Sybil Dexter, Key West; term expires July 6, 1953. 
Isabell Fleming, Key West; term expires July 7, 1953 (Re- 



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signed Sept. 18, 1951) ; Carl Bervaldi, commissioned to serve 
unexpired term. 
John Joseph Cleare, Key West; term expires June 13, 1953. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Will Baker, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. 
Paul Archer, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. 
Norman D. Artman, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. Re- 
signed April 17, 1951. 
Charlie Toppino, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. 
Dewey Riggs, Key West; term expires Senate 1951. 

COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

Vincent Cremato, Key West; term expired July 15, 1951. 
Fred J. Miller, Key West; term expired Sept. 2, 1952. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT — FERNANDINA 

County Judge — H. V. Burgess. 

Sheriff — H. J. Youngblood. 

Clerk Circuit Court — T. W. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. H. Swearingen. 

Tax Collector— Ira W. Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Weisner. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie B. Struss. 

Judge Small Claims Court — E. V. Garcia. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — Harry L. Dunman, Fernandina. 
District No. 3— H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4— Kelly E. Walker, Hilliard. 
District No. 5— Frank Shaffer, Callahan. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William H. Russell, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — Irvin Poole, Hilliard. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Higginbotham, Callahan. 
District No. 4 — B. T. O'Quinn, Fernandina. 
District No. 5 — James S. Stevens, Yulee. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George R. Sutton, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — W. P. Meares, Callahan. 
District No. 6—1. M. McConnell, Hilliard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clements P. Rutishauser, Fernandina. 
District No. 5— Ellis R. Keen, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — Alfred H. Crews, Hilliard. 

OCEAN HIGHWAY AND PORT AUTHORITY 

J. J. Woodward, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953. 

H. D. Johnson, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953. 

P. E. Stapleton, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953. 

G. G. Gerbing, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953 (Re- 
signed Sept. 2, 1952) ; R. P. (Pete) Jones, commissioned to 
serve unexpired term. 

C. B. Ingram, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953. 

MEMBERS NASSAU COUNTY HOSPITAL 

(Elective) 
J. M. Oxley, Fernandina; term expires January, 1955. 
Mabel Mathais, Hilliard; term expires January, 1953. 
John W. Page, Fernandina; term expires January, 1955. 
Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan; term expires January, 1953. 
Edna S. Ward, Fernandina; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

John B. Haddock, Fernandina; term expires July 7, 1954. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Conformation) 
Geo. T. Davis, Fernandina; term expired Senate, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Walter J. Courter, Fernandina; term expired Sept. 27, 1949. 
Samuel R. Merrow, Fernandina; term expires Senate 1951; 

deceased. 
N. J. Wooten, Fernandina; term expires Senate, 1951. 
Hyman F. Stone, Jr., Fernandina; term expires Senate 19591. 
S. R. Merrow, Jr., Fernandina: term expires Senate 1951. 



174 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Albin C. Thompson, Jr., Fernandina; term expires Jan. 26, 

1955. 
G. Ralph Wolff, Fernandina; term expires Jan. 29, 1955. 
H. M. W. Ward, Fernandina; term expires Jan. 29, 1955. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osborn. 

Sheriff — H. Isle Enzor (Suspended Aug. 2, 1950); James A. 
McArthur, commissioned Nov. 6, 1950, pending suspension 
of H. I. Enzor (Sustained by Senate May 8, 1951) . 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Lance C. Richbourg. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. M. Garrett, Jr. 

County Attorney — Clyde Campbell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — A. B. Robinson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. L. Fleming, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2— Malachi King, Baker. 
District No. 3 — Grady Garrett, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — L. (Lunnie) Barnes, Baker. 
District No. 5 — Walter S. Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— H. L. Hilton, Baker. 

District No. 2 — I. P. Cadenhead, Crestview. 

District No. 3— L. M. Phelps, Niceville. 

District No. 4— G. F. Kirkland, Baker (Resigned Jan. 1, 1952) 

District No. 5— S. W. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — W. H. Mapoles, Crestview. 
District No. 6— F. B. McClain, Ft. Walton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 3 — Fox M. Wilson, Crestview (Suspended Aug. 2, 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 175 

1950) . Neal Campbell, Crestview to serve during suspension 

of Fox M. Wilson. 
District No. 6 — O. L. Bengtson, Ft. Walton (Suspended Aug. 

2, 1950; resigned Oct. 27, 1950). 
District No. 6 — O. L. Bengtson, Ft. Walton, re-elected and 

commissioned January, 1951. 

OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT — OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge— T. W. Conely, Jr. 

Sheriff— N. O. Stewart. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Connie W. Raulerson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 

Tax Collector — Bessie Alderman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Roger L. Jones. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Mary Sandafur Schulman (Resigned 

Aug. 14, 1951) ; Herman L. Edwards, commissioned to serve 

unexpired term. 
Supervisor of Registration — Nora Haskill Bachand. 
Surveyor — R. E. Willis. 
Judge Small Claims Court — G. E. Bryant. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Lee Hillis, Ft. Drum. 
District No. 2 — Irvin Register, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3— M. L. Mobley, Okeechobee. 
District No. 4 — C. E. Drawdy, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — J. L. Barber, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harle Williams, Okeechobee. 

District No. 2 — Van E. Lightsey, Okeechobee. 

District No. 3 — W. J. Thomas, Bassenger. 

District No. 4 — Omar L. Hunt, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — Dozier Smith, Okeechobee. 



None. 
None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



176 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
R. A. Burgess, Okeechobee; term expires Senate, 1953. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES OKEECHOBEE PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

H. H. Raulerson, Okeechobee; term expired Aug. 29, 1951. 
Alto Watford, Sr., Okeechobee; term expired Aug. 27, 1951. 
W. D. Coker, Okeechobee; term expired Sept. 12, 1952. 
Nathan Zelmenovitz, Okeechobee; term expires Sept. 12, 1953. 
S. R. Raifsnider, Okeechobee; term expires Aug. 24, 1954. 

WELFARE BOARD 

Ed. Watford, Jr., Okeechobee; term expires Aug. 13, 1953. 
W. Allen Markham, Okeechobee; term expires Sept. 25, 1955. 
Z. K. Williams, Okeechobee; term expires Sept. 18, 1953. 
Mrs. J. G. Kelley, Okeechobee; term expires Oct. 1, 1955. 
Jean McLaughlin, Okeechobee; term expires Oct. 16, 1955 
(Resigned March 3, 1952) . 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT ORLANDO 

County Judge — Victor Hutchins. 

Sheriff — S. Davis Starr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Charles E. Limpus. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. M. Murphy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — O. Raymond Ellars. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Jim Burden (Resigned Dec. 31, 
1952) ; Helen Bennett, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

County Tax Collector— Leila J. Hill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Judson B. Walker. 

County Surveyor — W. P. Kelly. Deceased. 

Supervisor of Registration — Pearl S. Yancey (Resigned Oct. 
15, 1951); James E. Keezel, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term (resigned April 21, 1952) ; Sarah Crawford Cul- 
len, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Jack A. Nants. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 177 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Maynard H. Evans, Orlando (Deceased) ; 

Maynard H. Evans, Jr., commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 

District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka. 

District No. 3— A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 

District No. 4— John T. Murdoch, Jr., Orlando. 

District No. 5 — S. P. H. Harrison, Orlando. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frances L. Blankner, Orlando. 

District No. 2 — Hugh Lasseter, Winter Garden. 

District No. 3— H. Merritt Britt, Orlando. 

District No. 4 — Sylvan McElroy, Orlando. 

District No. 5 — George W. Johnson, Orlando. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 
District No. 2— J. O. Buck, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, Oakland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George F. Jump, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Carl G. Sanders, Ocoee. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Roy C. Tanner, Orlando; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1955. 

District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka (Resigned Jan. 3, 
1951) ; Gillen McClure, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term; term expires January, 1953. 

District No. 3 — R. E. (Bob) Davis, Winter Garden; term ex- 
pires January, 1955. 

District No. 4 — G. Clarence Ziegler, Pine Castle; term expires 
January, 1953. 

District No. 5 — John A. Kent, Winter Park; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1955. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Harry F. Edwards, Orlando; term expired July 1, 1951. 



178 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

WEST ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Harold D. McGuire, Ocoee; term expires Sept. 24, 1953. 
William D. Hartzog, Winter Garden; term expires Sept. 24, 

1953. 
Mrs. John F. Houck, Gotha; term expires Sept. 24, 1953. 
Ernest L. Wade, Windermere; term expired Sept. 24, 1951. 
D. Keith Abele, Windermere; term expires Sept. 24, 1953. 
Miss Dewey Vick, Oakland; term expires Sept. 24, 1954. 
J. S. Fairchild, Winter Garden; term expires Sept. 24, 1955. 
Harry M. Smith, Winter Garden; term expires Sept. 24, 1955. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 

Sheriff— Young Tindall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Overstreet. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wade H. Lanier, Jr. 

Tax Collector— W. E. Pound. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James C. Tyson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Jay Johnston. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Iris D. Sigler. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Phillip R. Kelley. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — John J. Robertson, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — A. G. Mann, Kissimmee. 
District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — Ary J. Story, Kenansville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. R. May, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Yates, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 
District No. 4 — Louise Hettinger, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — George Kempfer, Deer Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. E. Guffin, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 179 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. F. Prevatt, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— Geo. B. Jeffers, St. Cloud. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY SEAT WEST PALM BEACH 

County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 

Sheriff— J. F. Kirk. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. Alex Arnette. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — J. Louie Carter. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Edw. G. Newell. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — T. Harold Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Upthegrove. 

Judge Small Claims Court — F. A. Currie. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth P. Foster, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 2 — Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — John Prince, Lake Worth (Deceased) ; Her- 
bert N. Evans, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 4 — Ben F. Sundy, Delray Beach. 
District No. 5 — Paul Rardin, Canal Point. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— A. Q. Howell Canal Point. 
District No. 2— Geo. W. Slaton, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — Elizabeth S. Hand, Delray Beach. 
District No. 4— Ruth S. Wedgworth, Belle Glade. 
District No. 5— Ralph H. Kettler, West Palm Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Kenneth R. Nix, Lake Park. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Harper, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4— T. P. Carry, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6— W. E. Wilcox, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7 — W. J. Larrimore, Pahokee. 
District No. 8— George A. Williams, Belle Glade. 



180 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. B. Savage, Riviera. 

District No. 3— Bob Egnor, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Louis Carroll, Lake Worth. 

District No. 6 — W. Bruce Wheeler, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7 — Francis Cross, Canal Point. 

District No. 8— Newell Ray Whitlock, Belle Glade. 

MEMBER JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

Roy S. Hood, Jupiter; term expires January, 1955. 
Stanley Peeler, Jupiter; term expires January, 1955. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Nelle F. Smith, West Palm Beach; term expires November 4, 
1953. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Junius T. Harris, Belle Glade; term expires January, 1953. 
Bertha M. Williams, Boynton Beach; term expired January, 

1952. 
Cy Argintar, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 1953. 

WESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

H. D. Beck, Belle Glade; term expired April 21, 1951. 
E. R. Mackey, Lake Harbor; term expired June 18, 1951. 
J. V. Thomas, Pahokee; term expired April 21, 1951. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Lloyd Clemmer, West Palm Beach; term expired Senate, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

A. Richard Baker, West Palm Beach; term expires Sept. 12, 

1953. 
E. Harris Drew, West Palm Beach; term expires Aug. 29, 1953 

(Resigned Dec. 14, 1951); Ernest Metcalf, commissioned to 

serve until Senate of 1953. 
J. Bowling Powell, III, Palm Beach; term expired Senate, 1951. 
C. D. Reese, Palm Beach; term expires Sept. 29, 1953. 
J. Horton McCampbell, West Palm Beach; term expires Aug. 

29, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 181 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. M. Green, Belle Glade; term expires Senate, 1951 (Re- 
signed March 21, 1952). 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, Sr., West Palm Beach; term expires 
January, 1955. 

COMMISSIONERS PORT OF PALM BEACH 

M. A. Bishop, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
John R. Wells, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
L. R. Bishop, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 1953. 

SOUTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

C. A. Thomas, Lake Harbor, commission expires June 13, 1953. 
George L. Royal, Belle Glade, commission expires June 2, 1954. 
Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade, commission expires June 3, 1955. 
Fritz Stein, Chosen, commission expires June 6, 1955. 
Harold Rabin, Belle Glade, commission expires June 6, 1955. 

NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

Albert Fremd, Canal Point; term expires June 8, 1953. 
M. D. Geiger, Canal Point; term expired June 22, 1951. 
J. V. Thomas, Pahokee; term expired Oct. 20, 1951. 
C. A. Batchelor, Pahokee; term expires June 6, 1955. 
Orin S. Bacon, Jr., Pahokee; term expired Sept. 6, 1952 (Re- 
signed May 1, 1951) . 
M. P. Stanley, Pahokee; term expires April 21, 1955. 
Vena Mae Schroeder, Pahokee; term expires Sept. 6, 1955. 

PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT — DADE CITY 

County Judge — O. L. Dayton, Jr. (Resigned June 1, 1951) ; 
A. J. Hayward, Jr., commissioned to serve unexpired term. 

Sheriff — F. L. (Leslie) Bassenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stanley C. Burnside. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. K. Barnes (Office re- 
pealed by Chapter 26811— Acts 1951) . 



182 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — T. H. Getzen (Office re- 
pealed by Chapter 26811— Acts 1951) . 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 
Tax Collector— Cecil L. Smith. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Mark St. Clair. 
County Surveyor — Donald C. Taylor. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 
Prosecuting Attorney — T. H. Getzen (Resigned Feb. 5, 1952; 
re-commissioned Solicitor Court of Record, Feb. 8, 1952) . 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. E. Rhodes, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Otis A. Allen, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3— Milton E. Godwin, Ehren. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 
District No. 5— W. J. Baillie, Elfers. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. P. Cain, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Margaretta C. Witt, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — R. D. Stevenson, Elfers. 
District No. 4— C. P. McCabe, San Antonio. 
District No. 5— E. H. Kirkland, Lutz. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. L. Johns, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 2 — D. A. Dowling, New Port Richey. 

District No. 3— J. G. O'Berry, Trilby. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ralph J. Lee, Dade City (Resigned Aug. 14, 
1952) ; Paul Jackson Connor, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term. 

District No. 2 — Joseph Fraddosio, New Port Richey. 

District No. 3 — Jesse E. Stanley, Lacoochee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

William R. Latson, Dade City; term expired Oct. 7, 1952. 

WEST PASCO COUNY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. P. Stone, New Port Richey; term expires June 25, 1955. 

E. F. Swartsel, Elfers; term expires June 25, 1955. 

I. L. DeCubellis, New Port Richey; term expires June 25, 1955. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 183 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT — CLEARWATER 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 

Sheriff— Todd Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — William Crawford (Resigned March 1, 

1952) ; Morrison Pearce, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
County Assessor of Taxes — H. H. Sterling. 
Tax Collector — L. W. Lambert. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Floyd T. Christian. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Lloyd M. Phillips. 

Supervisor of Registration — Warren A. Wright (Deceased) ; 
Richard M. Collins, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
County Surveyor — Orvill L. Hockett. 
Judge Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Edwin B. Ellis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edward H. LaVoie, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — James R. Shoecraft, Pinellas Park. 
District No. 3 — John Chesnut, Clearwater. 
District No. 4 — Sidney S. Parry, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 5 — R. Hosey Wick, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. Franklin Green, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2— A. L. Pheil, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. R. Marion Price, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 4— Chas. E. Belcher, Bellair. 

District No. 5 — Mrs. Maurine Topliff, Tarpon Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Edward P. Silk, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Ray E. Ulmer, Clearwater. 
District No. 3— Olin F. Blakely, Safety Harbor. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Joe E. Carpenter, St. Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. M. Kersey, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Cyrus Lowery, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Safety Harbor. 



184 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Sid M. Saunders, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Henry Rogers, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1953. 
William H. Thomas, Clearwater; term expires January, 1953. 
R. P. Templeton, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Edward E. Patrick, Clearwater; term expired Dec. 16, 1951. 

MEMBERS GULF BEACH SANITARY DISTRICT 

Herbert Reismyer, St. Petersburg; term expired Dec. 17, 1951. 
E. H. Flathman, St. Petersburg; term expired Dec. 17, 1951. 
Frank H. Baker, St. Petersburg; term expired Dec. 17, 1951. 

BELLAIR IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

Chas. V. Kinard, Largo; term expires Aug. 22, 1953 (Resigned 
Dec. 28, 1951) ; Thomas L. Hisgen, commissioned to serve 
the unexpired term. 

M. J. Hardacre, Largo; term expires Sept. 8, 1953. 

C. M. Brown, Largo; term expires Sept. 6, 1953. 

PINELLAS COUNTY UTILITY BOARD 

Elmore F. Kitzmiller, Dunedin; term expires July 7, 1955. 

Jack M. Gribbie, Clearwater; term expires July 10, 1953 (Re- 
signed Oct. 31, 1951) ; Wm. Watson Clark, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 

E. A. Whitnell, Indian Rocks; term expires July 10, 1953. 

George J. Lambrecht, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 
1955. 

Horace B. Tibbals, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 1955. 

JUDGE JUVENILE COURT 

Alfred P. Marshall, Clearwater; term expired June 12, 1951. 
William G. Gardiner, St. Petersburg; term expires June 12, 
1955. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

G. K. Moore, St. Petersburg; term expires Jan. 15, 1953 (Re- 
signed Sept. 17, 1952) ; Anna M. Hippler, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 185 

Jay Starkey, Largo; term expires Jan. 4, 1953 (Resigned Sept. 
17, 1952) ; S. W. Adolfson, commissioned to serve until Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

W. B. Caldwell, Clearwater; term expired Jan. 15, 1952 (Re- 
signed Sept. 17, 1952) ; Thomas L. Smith, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 

B. T. Sauls, St. Petersburg; term expires Jan. 15, 1955 (Re- 
signed Sept. 17, 1952) ; Dr. Edwin C. Sproc, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 

Harlan Gregory, St. Petersburg; term expires Jan. 15, 1954 
Resigned Sept. 17, 1952) ; Stanley Hatfield, commissioned to 
serve until January, 1953. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Geo. L. Roberts, St. Petersburg; term expired Feb. 14, 1945. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Chas. A. Lenz, St. Petersburg; term expired Senate, 1951. 
Walter Barefoot, St. Petersburg; term expired Senate, 1951. 
Robt. Ausnow, St. Petersburg; term expired Senate, 1951. 
Al D. Strum, St. Petersburg; term expired Senate, 1951. 
James H. Warriner, of St. Petersburg; term expired Senate, 
1951. 

PINELLAS COUNTY JUVENILE WELFARE BOARD 

Mrs. Rob Roy Meador, Clearwater; term expired July 18, 1952. 
Mailande W. Holland, St. Petersburg; term expires Aug. 11, 

1954. 
Margaret Blocker Bartlett, St. Petersburg; term expires Aug. 

11, 1954. 
Elizabeth Skinner Jackson, Dunedin; term expires July 18, 

1956. 
Kathleen E. Strickland, Tarpon Springs; term expires Aug. 18, 

1956. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT BARTOW 

County Judge — C. M. Wiggins. 

Sheriff— Frank M. Williams (Suspended Aug. 24, 1950); A. 
Hagan Parrish, commissioned Aug. 28, 1950, pending suspen- 
sion of F. M. Williams (sustained by Senate, April 11, 1951). 



186 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court— D. H. Sloan, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court — B. L. Durrance. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Roy H. Amidon. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — Gunter Stephenson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 

Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Claude M. Harden. 

County Surveyor — A. W. Edwards. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Julian C. Durrance, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — Eugene A. Laurent, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — John B. Thornhill, Jr., Winter Haven. 
District No. 5— W. T. Duggan, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 2 — Hugh W. Wear, Bartow. 
District No. 3 — F. G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
District No. 4— P. M. Fussell, Polk City. 
District No. 5 — Frank W. Myers, Lakeland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George T. Harned, Mulberry. 

District No. 2 — Henry Mitchell, Frostproof. 

District No. 3 — George G. Darty, Lake Wales (Resigned Dec. 
17, 1952) ; W. M. Cooke, commissioned to serve until Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

District No. 4 — E. R. Craig, Winter Haven (Resigned Aug. 
20, 1951) ; Eloy Delgado, commissioned to serve until Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

District No. 5 — J. R. Clements, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. F. Alderman, Mulberry; term expired Jan- 
uary, 1951. 
District No. 2— Harry E. Godwin, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3— W. H. Mock, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — Grady Mattox, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — H. P. Gordon, Lakeland. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 187 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Richard Elmo Hood, Lakeland; term expires Dec. 5, 1954. 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — G. Bowden Hunt, Bartow; term expires Oct. 1, 1954. 

MEMBERS POLK COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

Arthur Crago, Brewster; term expires Aug. 23, 1954 (Resigned 
June 3, 1952) ; John D. Clark, commissioned to serve the 
unexpired term. 

E. F. Mitchell, Ft. Meade; term expires Sept. 21, 1956. 

John D. Clark, Bartow; term expired Sept. 26, 1952 (Resigned 

June 3, 1952) ; Maurice J. Wilson, commissioned to serve un- 
expired term; re-commissioned Sept. 24, 1952, to serve until 
Sept. 26, 1956. 

E. L. McLean, Winter Haven; term expires Sept. 21, 1953. 

Roy B. Miller, Lakeland; term expires Jan. 23, 1954. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

John M. Bryson, Lakeland; term expired January, 1952. 
Frank Scaggs, Lake Wales; term expires January, 1953. 
Truman M. Tillis, Lakeland; term expires January, 1954. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT — PALATKA 

County Judge — Causey S. Green. 

Sheriff— W. J. Revels. 

Clerk Circuit Court— A. W. Nichols, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Louis E. Tenney. 

Tax Collector— Randall Wells. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William M. Thomas. 

County Surveyor — S. H. Fortune; term expired January, 1951. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie T. Carswell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. W. Cannon, Lake Como. 

District No. 2— T. J. Hancock, Palatka. 

District No. 3— Woodrow W. Tilton, East Palatka. 

District No. 4 — R. H. Wilkinson, Palatka. 

District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen (Resigned Feb. 



188 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

26, 1952) ; Harry E. Westbury, commissioned to serve until 
January, 1953. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. S. Biggs, Georgetown. 
District No. 2— W. H. Beasley, Palatka. 
District No. 3— E. B. Perry, Palatka. 
District No. 4— C. D. Middleton, Palatka. 
District No. 5 — E. W. Williams, Bostwick. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— C. C. Frank, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— S. R. Kemp, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. T. Richardson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

C. H. Price, Palatka; term expired January, 1951 (Deceased). 
J. Mart Williams, Bostwick; term expires January, 1953. 
Duff McLeod, Palatka; term expires January, 1955. 

D. Carlyle Hayes, Palatka; term expires January, 1953. 

ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff — L. O. Davis, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram H. Faver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Joseph L. Dunne (Deceased) ; 

Marguerite L. Dunne, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
Tax Collector — Raymond Hill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John A. Crookshank. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. Ellzey. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Robert A. Andrews, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert W. Wilson, Bayard. 
District No. 2— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 

District No. 3 — John Lucas Smith, Hastings (Deceased). 
B. L. Lovett, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 189 

District No. 4 — G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Dan F. Mickler, St. Augustine. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — J. R. Moseley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3— Clyde P. Smith, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — Maude L. Hartley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Margaret C. Manford, St. Augustine. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9 — M. A. Pellicer, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Harry E. Pellicer, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — J. E. Pacetti, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Merrill R. Greene, Hastings. 

MEMBERS ST. AUGUSTINE PORT AUTHORITY AND 
WATERWAYS BEACH DISTRICT 

Felix Salvador, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1955. 
Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1955. 
John D. Thompson, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1955. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION 

C. S. Smith, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary Groh, St. Augustine; term expires Oct. 8, 1954. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Francis E. Usina, St. Augustine; term expired Senate, 1951. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

John W. Norton, St. Augustine; term expired March 4, 1951 
(Deceased) . 

J. H. Spengler, St. Augustine; term expired March 4, 1951. 
Harold M. Wayne, St. Augustine; term expired March 4, 1951. 
Frank Rogers, Ponta Vedra; term expired March 4, 1951. 



190 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

W. M. Thomas, St. Augustine; term expired June 28, 1949. 
Dennis Solano, St. Augustine; term expired June 28, 1949. 

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION 

J. H. Spengler, St. Augustine; term expires Sept. 3, 1952. 
John F. Parker, St. Augustine; term expires Oct. 27, 1952. 
L. J. Cooney, St. Augustine; term expires Oct. 29, 1952. 



ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— B. A. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. C. Baggett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. R. Pierce. 

Tax Collector — Curtis M. James. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — D. C. Huskey. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons (Resigned Aug. 6, 
1951) ; B. A. Brittan, Jr., commissioned to serve the unex- 
pired term. 

Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 

Surveyor — James Whitice. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Walter M. Rogers. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. L. Griffin, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 2 — Harry J. Kicliter, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 3 — N. W. Jorgenson, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Jensen Beach. 

District No. 5 — R. W. Lennard, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. T. Warren, Jr., Ft. Pierce (Resigned Nov. 

13, 1952) ; H. T. Hammer, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 

District No. 2— B. Arnold, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 3— M. Kirby Hayes, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 4 — Elmer R. Enns, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 5— Clyde W. Cato, Ft. Pierce. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Melvin Stone, Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — John F. Byers, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach; term expires January, 1955. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

T. M. Deal, Ancona; term expired Feb. 14, 1951. 
Max Shainfeld, Ft. Pierce; term expired Feb. 17, 1951. 
Rubi G. Jackson, Ft. Pierce; term expired Feb. 18, 1951. 
R. B. Ankeny, Ft. Pierce; term expired Feb. 18, 1951. 
James B. Askin, Sr., Ankona; term expired March 21, 1951. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Conformation) 
Harry Kicliter, Ft. Pierce; term expires Senate, 1953. 

SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT MILTON 

County Judge — Wm. A. Bonifay. 

Sheriff — Marshall Hayes. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Claude Locklin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. Glenn Gibson. 

Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Charles F. Morris. 

Supervisor of Registration — James L. Stowers. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — V. E. Howe, Bagdad (Deceased) ; Albert 

Golden, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 2— John D. Pugh, Milton. 
District No. 3— Farris Shell, Jay. 
District No. 4 — John E. Temple, Munson. 
District No. 5 — Ezra Johnson, Milton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Haywood Hannah, Jr., Milton. 
District No. 2 — John S. Pittman, Jay. 
District No. 3 — Irwin B. Lewis, Milton. 



192 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Leo V. Davis, Bagdad. 
District No. 5— B. E. Hudson, Milton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— J. L. Abbott, Jay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Chas. F. Perkins, Milton. 
District No. 2— Fred L. Whirley, Bagdad. 
District No. 3 — Curtis F. Freeman, Jay. 
District No. 5— J. B. Kelley, Munson. 
District No. 9— Macon Harvell, Mary Esther. 

SANTA ROSA HOSPITAL BOARD 

G. H. Leonard, Milton; term expired Jan. 21, 1952. 

T. J. Cox, Milton; term expired Jan. 30, 1951 (Resigned Dec. 

23, 1952) . 
Sam R. Joyner, Jay; term expired Jan. 30, 1951. 
Rufus Thames, Milton; term expires Jan. 30, 1953. 
J. B. Turner, Bagdad; term expires Jan. 30, 1954. 

SARASOTA 

County Judge — John D. Justice. 

Sheriff — B. D. Pearson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. A. (Bill) Wynne. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Miss Charlie Hagerman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Verman Kimbrough. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

Supervisor of Registration — Kathleen M. Outler. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Gale K. Greene. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John L. Houle, Sarasota. 

District No. 2— W. S. Harris, Bee Ridge. 

District No. 3 — W. L. Woodward, Laurel. 

District No. 4 — E. T. Denham, Sr., Sarasota. 

District No. 5 — W. C. McLeod, Sarasota. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — D. C. Kickliter, Sarasota. 
District No. 2— Ruth C. Butler, Sarasota. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 193 

District No. 3 — W. P. Hayes, Nokomis. 
District No. 4 — Hampton A. Moore, Bee Ridge. 
District No. 5 — William H. Coe, Sarasota. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. W. Lutz, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — Hiram R. Ide, Venice. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. C. Hardison, Sarasota. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

J. T. Pearce, Sarasota; term expires April 12, 1954. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — E. B. Sweeting, Sarasota; term expired Nov. 
22, 1948. 

HOSPITAL BOARD 

Emmett Addy, Sarasota; term expires January, 1955. 
O. K. Fike, Sarasota; term expires January, 1955. 
Benton W. Powell, Sarasota; term expires January, 1955. 
Phil Huguenin, Sarasota; term expires January, 1955. 
Edward D. Shoor, Sarasota; term expires January, 1953. 
Roland Davis, Sarasota; term expires January, 1953. 
Marguerite S. Maxfield; term expires January, 1953. 
Grace A. Newhall, Sarasota; term expires January, 1953. 
H. S. Bowden, Sarasota; term expires January, 1955. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT — SANFORD 

County Judge — O. Douglas Stenstrom. 

Sheriff— P. A. Mero. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sanford F. Doudney. 

Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. W. Lawton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George A. Speer, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lourine A. Messenger (Resigned 
Nov. 1, 1951) ; Camilla D. Bruce, commissioned to serve un- 
expired term. 

Judge Small Claims Court— D. K. McNab. 



194 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— H. B. Pope, Sanford. 
District No. 2— J. F. McClelland, Sanford. 
District No. 3 — O. E. Fouraker, Longwood. 
District No. 4— B. C. Dodd, Sanford. 

District No. 5 — W. L. Seig, Geneva; W. G. Kilbee, re-instated 
Aug. 23, 1951. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. M. Haynes, Sanford (Resigned March 28, 
1951); John L. Brumley, commissioned to serve unexpired 
term. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 

District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 

District No. 4 — Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 

District No. 5 — W. A. Patrick, Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Teo. Aulin, Oviedo. 
District No. 6 — Homer Sewell, Altamonte. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — J. Q. Galloway, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — William Alfred Lewis, Longwood. 
Probation Officer — Mae Sheaf fer, Sanford; term expired July 
22, 1949. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Fred R. Wilson, Sanford; term expires Dec. 16, 1953. 

John W. Evans, Oviedo; term expires Dec. 18, 1953. 

Victor M. Green, Sanford; term expires Dec. 30, 1954. 

B. F. Seamon, Altamonte Springs; term expires Dec. 11, 1955. 

T. E. Tucker, Sanford; term expires Dec. 30, 1956. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUSHNELL 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Sheriff — M. H. Bowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. Burton Marsh. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 195 

Tax Collector — Grady Potter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Broward Miller. 

County Surveyor — J. J. Fussell. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 

Judge Small Claims Court — P. A. Kelley. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Boyd W. Caruthers, Oxford. 

District No. 2— W. C. Wicker, Coleman. 

District No. 3 — T. M. Bragg, Wildwood (Deceased) ; Louise H. 

Bragg, commissioned to serve unexpired term. 
District No. 4 — Joe Hamilton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John W. Wallace, Wildwood. 

District No. 2 — Wilbur Williams, St. Catherine. 

District No. 3 — Roscoe Gant, Webster. 

District No. 4 — James W. Kimbrough, Center Hill. 

District No. 5 — Roy H. Caruthers, Oxford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 
District No. 5 — A. Kapanes, Webster. 
District No. 9 — B. H. Stone, Coleman. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3— Murl M. Crabtree, Wildwood. 

District No. 4— W. V. Maddox, Bushnell. 

District No. 5 — Lloyd Johnson, Webster. 

District No. 7— Charlie T. Hooten, Center Hill. 

District No. 9 — Robert C. Partridge, Coleman. 

SUWANEE 

COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Sim P. Howell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John H. Rowland, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 

Tax Collector — Lavaughn H. Greene. 



196 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Clayton C. Bass. 
Supervisor of Registration — John Q. Boatright. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Musgrove, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Rudolph V. Scott, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — J. D. Carmichael, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — George W. Croft, Live Oak. 
District No. 5— H. T. Howell, O'Brien. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Hinton L. Goff, Live Oak. 

District No. 2— W. E. Williams, Pine Mount. 

District No. 3 — Curtis A. Gamble, Live Oak. 

District No. 4— E. A. Collins, Live Oak. 

District No. 5 — Fred W. Jones, Branford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Joseph T. Futch, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Lester F. Gayton, Wellborn. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Elwood Howard, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Sam Godbold, Wellborn. 
District No. 3— B. G. Bell, Falmouth. 
District No. 5 — Drew O'Steen, Branford. 

BOARD TRUSTEES SUWANNEE COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

L. J. Day, Live Oak; term expires July 17, 1953. 

Fred J. Green, Live Oak; term expires July 17, 1954. 

T. T. Scott, Live Oak; term expires July 28, 1953 (Resigned 
Sept. 13, 1951) ; Sam B. Gibbs, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term. 

J. D. Henry, Live Oak; term expires Aug. 7, 1956. 

W. P. Atwell, Branford; term expires Aug. 18, 1956. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT — PERRY 

County Judge — Bryon Butler. 

Sheriff— William A. Towles. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Felix A. Parker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Alton C. Hendry. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 197 

Tax Collector — H. Grady Hiers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alton H. Wentworth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. D. Vereen. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. T. Pace (Resigned Jan. 1, 

1952) ; John F. McCall, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herman A. Grubbs, Perry. 
District No. 2— W. H. King, Perry. 
District No. 3— James H. McCall, Perry. 
District No. 4 — C. A. Lewis, Shady Grove. 
District No. 5 — F. A. Sapp, Perry. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Walter D. Poppell, Perry. 
District No. 2 — James T. Freeman, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. O. English, Shady Grove. 
District No. 4 — J. Louie Adams, Perry. 
District No. 5 — Ben F. Cash, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. T. Underwood, Perry. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. A. O'Steen, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. T. Bodiford, Steinhatchee. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — J. R. Townsend. 

Sheriff— L. C. Clemons. 

Clerk Circuit Court— C. B. Hayes. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector— R. T. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Shephard Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dallie O. Epperson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana Duke, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — S. A. Bryan, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — A. E. Howard, Dukes. 



198 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4— T. P. Renfroe, Lake Butler. 
District No. 5— L. M. Crews, Lake Butler. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 

District No. 2— Mallie Griffis, Lake Butler. 

District No. 3 — A. Everett Crawford, Lake Butler. 

District No. 4 — Silas Crawford, Lake Butler. 

District No. 5 — Ivan Williams, Lulu. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— John H. Whitehead, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— Milton Dukes, Lake Butler. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT — DELAND 

County Judge — Robert H. Wingfield. 

Sheriff— Alex D. Littlefield. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Homer Smith (Resigned Dec. 

31, 1952) ; E. V. Fisher, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
Tax Collector— Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Geo. W. Marks. 
County Surveyor — Hugh F. Duval. 
Supervisor of Registration — Rodney B. Thursby. 
Judge Small Claims Court — James T. Nelson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. H. Ryan, Enterprise. 

District No. 2 — Ralph W. Richards, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 3— J. H. Graham, Seville. 

District No. 4 — Elmer H. Blank, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 5 — Harris M. Saxon, New Smyrna. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Glenn F. McFadden, DeLand. 
District No. 2 — Roger H. West, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 3 — Anne D. Cox, New Smyrna Beach. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 199 

District No. 4 — W. L. Coursen, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — John H. Smiley, Pierson. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4— Wallace R. Smith, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Bruce Wells, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — A. J. Bennett, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — J. C. Beard, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — J. D. Cannon, Port Orange (Resigned March 
31, 1951) ; George W. Stacy, commissioned to serve unex- 
pired term. 

District No. 10 — Fred R. Brannon, New Smyrna. 

District No. 11— E. W. Prevatt, Seville. 

District No. 12 — Ollie Lancaster, Jr., Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14— T. H. Crews, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 4— W. M. Slaughter, DeLand (Suspended Oct. 

31, 1950; re-instated Nov. 14, 1950) . 
District No. 5 — E. T. Peterson, Pierson (Resigned July 17, 

1952) ; Judson Nichols, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, DeLeon Springs. 
District No. 7 — Roger A. Willis, Ormond. 
District No. 8 — W. H. Rosier, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 9— Roy C. Clifton, Port Orange. 
District No. 10— T. R. Galbreath, New Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 11 — Carl H. Robinson, Seville. 
District No. 12 — W. H. Freeman, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 14 — Eugene J. Petrone, Orange City. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Ucal W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 
1953. 

MEMBER EAST VOLUSIA ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

R. A. Merrell, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1955. 
M. F. Ellinor, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
O. E. Southard, New Smyrna Beach; term expires January, 
1955. 



200 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Edward M. Lagron, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1953. 
Albartus C. Hankins, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 

1953. 
W. Wright Esch, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1953. 
John LaTour, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1955. 
J. Tom Cook, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1955. 

MEMBERS SOUTHEAST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

V. B. Baldwin, Sr., Oak Hill; term expires March 29, 1954. 
R. C. Roberts, Edgewater; term expires March 29, 1955. 
Carl A. Linquist, New Smyrna Beach; term expires March 29, 

1955. 
J. A. Sapp, New Smyrna Beach; term expires March 29, 1953. 
John R. De Berry, New Smyrna Beach; term expires March 

29, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Edmund P. Hogle, Daytona Beach; term expires Oct. 29, 1953. 

HARBOR MASTER 

("Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Allen L. Smith, New Smyrna; commissioned Nov. 30, 1946 
until Senate, 1947. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT SOUTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

Harold D. Lucey, Daytona Beach; term expires General Elec- 
tion, 1952. 

Robert C. DeArmas, Daytona Beach; term expires General 
Election, 1952. 

D. B. Alexander, Daytona Beach; term expires General Elec- 
tion, 1952. 

Everett S. Brown, Daytona Beach; term expires General 
Election, 1952. 

VOLUSIA COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

Henry C. Coleman, Daytona Beach; term expires July 1, 1955. 
Gilmore Anderson, DeLand; term expires July 1, 1953. 
George W. Marks, DeLand; Ex-Officio member, not commis- 
sioned. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 201 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — A. L. Porter. 
Sheriff— Emmett C. Ferrell. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Gilbert J. Langston. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Nursie W. Ashmore. 
Tax Collector — Jerry J. Hodge, Jr. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — R. D. Altman. 
Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 
Judge Small Claims Court — M. Howard Williams (Resigned 
July 8, 1952) . 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. W. Roberts, St. Marks. 
District No. 2— S. L. Moore, Tallahassee, Rt. 6. 
District No. 3 — H. C. Strickland, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — R. M. Spears, Crawfordville. 
District No. 5 — W. E. McKenzie, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Guy Little, Crawfordville. 
District No. 2— A. L. Gowdy, Wakulla. 
District No. 3 — LeRoy R. Harvey, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — Gillie Barwick, Panacea. 
District No. 5 — S. E. Roddenberry, Sopchoppy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 
None. 



CONSTABLES 



APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. George Nesmith, Wakulla; term expires Sept. 28, 1954. 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT — DE FUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 
Sheriff— Curtis R. Miller. 
Clerk Circuit Court— Miss Kate Gillis. 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. Will Kelly. 
Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 



202 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John F. Bludworth. 

County Surveyor — H. T. Trotman. 

Supervisor of Registration — T. R. Spence (Resigned Feb. 20, 

1951). 
Tax Agent — J. E. Creel, DeFuniak Springs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. C. Bourke, Ponce De Leon. 

District No. 2— W. E. Mcintosh, Florala, Alabama, Rt. 2. 

District No. 3 — H. A. Bodiford, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Newton Hinote, Crestview, Rt. 1. 

District No. 5 — J. D. Sharon, Freeport. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde M. Baker, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. C. Gandy, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3— W. H. Casey, Freeport. 
District No. 4 — Webster B. Kelley, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — L. E. Laird, Ponce De Leon. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. E. Gainey, Darlington. 

District No. 2— B. Nail, Florala, Ala. 

District No. 4 — Floyd McDonald, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 6 — Wilmer G. Kilpatrick, Freeport. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. J. Miles, Darlington. 
District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — Lloyd Peters, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 6 — James T. Fannin, Freeport (Resigned March 
14, 1952) . 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
TRUSTEES WALTON COUNTY CURB MARKET 

Chas. H. King, DeFuniak Springs; term expires May 12, 1955. 
Geo. C. Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs; term expires May 21, 

1955. 
J. W. Rachels, DeFuniak Springs; term expired May 24, 1951. 

WALTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Ronald Wise, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 11, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 203 

Wells Nelson, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 11, 1954. 
Hugh Wheat, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 10, 1956. 
Russell Thompson, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 10, 

1956. 
A. B. Covell, DeFuniak Springs; term expired March 12, 1951. 
Henry Elliott, Jr., DeFuniak Springs; term expired March 10, 

1952. 
E. L. Huggins, DeFuniak Springs; term expired March 10, 1952. 
Eddie Jones, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 11, 1955. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT — CHIPLEY 

County Judge— Sam D. May (Suspended March 21, 1951; 
Senate consented to suspension April 25, 1951) ; Fred T. Ben- 
nett, commissioned to serve during period of suspension. 

Sheriff— Dan Brock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Loran L. Cook. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bedie Owen. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Varnum. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Russell Simmons. 

Supervisor of Registration — Teak Taylor. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herman Brown, Caryville. 

District No. 2 — Otley S. Johnson, Chipley. 

District No. 3— C. E. Miller, Vernon. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Bush, Chipley. 

District No. 5 — D. H. Owens, Wausau. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Daniel Walters, Wausau. 
District No. 2 — Walker Hughen, Chipley. 
District No. 3— C. H. Brock, Bonifay. 
District No. 4— T. L. McFatter, Vernon. 
District No. 5 — G. B. Baxley, Graceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 7 — Charles O. Hughson, Chipley (Resigned 
March 31, 1952) . 



204 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Cecil L. Miller, Vernon (Resigned Feb. 6, 

1952) . 
District No. 3 — R. C. Aycock, Caryville (Resigned Feb. 6, 

1952) ; Cecil L. Miller, commissioned to serve unexpired 

term. 
District No. 7 — F. J. Jones, Chipley. 

BOARD TRUSTEES WASHINGTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

C. E. Tharp, Chipley; term expires January, 1954. ( Moved 

from state) . 
E. W. Wood, Chipley; term expires Jan. 14, 1953. 
W. T. McFatter, Vernon; term expired Jan. 18, 1952. 
E. A. Hodges, Caryville; term expires Jan. 22, 1956. 
Albert Deermont, Chipley; term expires Jan. 24, 1955. 
James T. Bowen, Jr., Chipley; term expires Jan. 14, 1954. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 205 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD 

1951 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Ralph Leslie Schooley 

Theodore Richard Ostrander. 

Hiram Willis Sperry 

Stamie Dudley Williams 

George Arthur Hunt, Jr 

Enoch Warren Hunt 

Albert Marion Hager, Jr 

Robert Charles Piper 

Walter Palmer Johnson 

Evans Holmes Alexander 

Ralph Louis Andretta 

Wilbur Stewart Bierbower . . . 
Robert Atchinson Mitchell . . . 
William Parks Weatherford. . 

Henry Noyer 

George Howell Mosely 

Harold Jack Baker 

Paul R. Bennett 

Norman Ray Fowler 

Roy Otis Barnes 

Raymond Joseph Voss 

Roberts James Sommer 

William Sherman Evans, Jr. . 

George William Hall 

Jack Metcalf 

Robert Earl Cook 

James William Rice 

Joseph Carson Hutchison 

Rogers Baldwin Holmes 

David Leevirt Null, Jr 

Theodore Starbuck Anderson 
Arthur Findlay Parker, Sr. . . 
Thomas William Solomon . . . 

Marvin Hesson Spence 

Hal Gibson Davis 

Robert Lee Southwell 

Robert Agustus Hebb 

William Clythe Holt 

Gordon Hancel Poppell 

Lew Edward Wallace, Jr 

Joubert Stein McCrea, Jr. . . . 

Clarence Otto Linnville 

Edward Joyner Bond 

Winton Roderick Churchill . . 

Jame Marion Wilson 

Mack Sistrunk Futch 

Nathan Sadowsky 

William Berkeley Smith, Jr. . 
Edmund Jeffords McMullen . 



Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Lieutenant Colonel . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . , 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) 

First Lieutenant 

Major General 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Colonel 



Jan. 


3, 


Jan. 


3, 


Jan. 


3, 


Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


8, 


Jan. 


12, 


Jan. 


15, 


Jan. 


15, 


Jan. 


15, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


23, 


Jan. 


24, 


Jan. 


25, 


Jan. 


26, 


Jan. 


26, 


Jan. 


30, 


Feb. 




Feb. 




Feb. 




Feb. 




Feb. 




Feb. 




Feb. 


2, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


8, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


15, 


Feb. 


15, 


Feb. 


16, 


Feb. 


20, 


Feb. 


20, 


Feb. 


20, 


Feb. 


20, 


Mar. 


4, 


Mar. 


6, 



206 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD- 



-1951 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Thomas Dorgan Byrne 

Alan Francis Crowley 

Adolph Lopez 

Richard Starr 

Everett Alfred Eyre 

Kenneth Montier Barrett 

Edgar Mathis Boyette, Jr 

David Browning 

Edgar Michael Connor 

Beauregard Archie Martin 
Harmen Copeland Callen, Jr. . 

Chas. Theodore Stephens 

Henry Willis Hill 

Austin Taylor Drinkwater 

John Raymond Trinkle 

John Jolly McCutchen 

William Hadie Flowers 

Howard Otto Protinsky 

Robert Stewart Stone 

Benj. Thomas Baldwin, Jr. . . . 

Clyde Mabry Collins 

Edward Hill Brannon, Jr 

Julius Paul Crews 

Alton Smith 

Ralph Nix Brown 

Walter Omah Gibson, Jr 

William Arthur Gatlin 

Jack Victor Tinbert 

Ernest L. Kretschmar, Jr 

John Allen Stewart 

Terrence Vernon Brown 

Charles Chea 

John Woodward Dillin 

Paul Hill Mabry 

William Herschell Pruitt 

Connie Melvin McCormick, Jr 

Harry Mullins Genovar 

Norman R. Allev 

Earl C. Hall 

William Lawrence Myera 

Michael Pooser 

Ralph Lee Polak, Jr 

Williard Richard Tull 

Austin Norcross Wilder 

Jean Beem 

Willie Fred Rister 

Ralph Walker Cooper 

Thomas Herbert Graydon .... 

Edward Joseph Hayhurst 

Jos. Bernard Mikelonis, III . . . 

Oscar LaMar Whitaker 

Lamon Lindell Whiddon 

Bernard Duma Jones 

James LeGrand Baldwin 



Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Captain 

Fust Lieutenant 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant. . , 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Major 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

Colonel 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 



Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


6, 


Mar. 


7, 


Mar. 


7, 


Mar. 


15, 


Mar. 


15, 


Mar. 


20, 


Mar. 


20, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


22, 


Mar. 


22, 


Mar. 


22, 


Mar. 


22, 


Mar. 


22, 


Mar. 


27, 


Mar. 


27, 


Mar. 


28, 


Mar. 


30, 


Mar. 


30, 


April 


2, 


April 


3, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


t>, 


April 


o, 


April 


3, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


10, 


April 


10, 


April 


11, 


April 


12, 


April 


12, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1951 



207 



Name 



Commission 



Date 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


26, 


May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




May 


8, 


May 


8, 


Mav 


8, 


May 


8, 


May 


8, 


May 


11, 


May 


11, 


May 


11, 


May 


14, 


May 


18, 


May 


21, 


May 


21, 


May 


22, 


May 


22, 


May 


22, 


May 


23, 


May 


23, 


May 


24, 


May 


25, 


May 


28, 


June 


1, 


June 


1, 


June 


1, 


June 


6, 


June 


6, 


June 


11, 


June 


11, 


June 


15, 


June 


18, 


June 


18, 


June 


20, 


June 


20, 


June 


20, 



James Roan 

Morgan Luther House 

Geo. Marvin Coates, Jr 

Lester James Ryals 

James William Rice 

John Walter Hooker 

Bruno Roland Brodeur 

Kennedy Cornelius Bullard . . 

Robert Henry Marrs, Jr 

Robert Lee Howell 

George Edward Fitch 

Leonard Jasper Witt 

Robert Sanford Sutton 

Herbert Harold Wester 

John Mike Sara 

Jesse Willard Knight 

Fred Arthur Buttner 

Charles Holland Sams, Jr. . . . . 

Fred Limmiatis 

Paul William MacFarlane. . . 

Julian Montieth Sikes 

Joe Griffis, Jr 

Everett Forrest Nichols 

Earl Hale Lanier 

Murray Austrian 

Jesse Lee Adkinson 

Frank English Parker 

Clerence Gleaton Harris 

J oe Delgado Ramirez 

Robert Carl Jackson 

Rex Thorn well Yates 

Earl DeWitt Waldin, Jr 

Clayton Nelson Stratton 

Roland Cornelius McLaughlin 
Richard Hobson Fussell, Jr. . . 

John Getchel Duguid, Sr 

Jennings Frank Armstrong . . . 

Ralph Jackson Reier, Sr 

Earl Wm. Middleton 

Lawrence Burton Williams . . . 

James Richard Iley 

Lee Ramage Trotter 

William Francis Askew 

James Wyatt Nunn 

Lewis Guthrie Trotter 

John Cecil Stephens, Sr 

Joe Walter Wetherington .... 
Clarence Maurice Wilson, Jr. . 
Frank Eugene Hammey, Jr. . . 

Robert George Paterson 

Robert William Stine 

Robert Stewart Stone 

George Ramey Irwin 

William Hyatt Leggett 



Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Major 

Chief Warrant Officer 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. . . 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 



208 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1951 



Name 



Commission 



Date 


June 


21, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


27, 


June 


27, 


June 


27, 


June 


30, 


June 


30, 


July 


2, 


July 


2, 


July 


o, 


Julv 


5, 


Julv 


6, 


July 


9, 


July 


9, 


July 


14, 


July 


16, 


Julv 


16, 


July 


21, 


July 


24, 


Julv 


26, 


Aug. 


7, 


Aug. 


16, 


Aug. 


17, 


Aug. 


21, 


Aug. 


21, 


Aug. 


22, 


Aug. 


24, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 



Robert Lee Craig 

Samuel Lenhart Hodnett . . . 

Edward Merrill Miller 

Harold Wilson Mullins 

Bert Kurland 

Glenn Alfred Lingle 

Daniel Stevens White 

Joubert Stein McCrea 

Robert Lee Southwell 

Edward Henry Cahill, Jr. . . . 

George Edward Nettles 

Roy Leslie Crews 

Ramon Paschal Nobles 

James Alton Browning 

Kennet Leroy Winslow 

Kenneth Ray Hall, Sr 

Paul Clary 

Charles Albriton Campbell . . 
Melvin Eugene Thomason . . 

Calvin Mabry Edwards 

Robert Abner Robertson . . . 

Grady Lee Hood 

Floyd Robert Bridgford .... 

Roy Donald Green 

Edmond L. McMorrough . . . 
Melvin Eugene Thomason . . 
Henry George Frampton, Jr. 

Bethel Toye English 

John Wilson Thompson .... 
Stephen John George, Jr. . . . 
Howard Junior Hockett .... 

Roy Harold Lusk 

Nukie Evans 

Kermit Lynn 

John William Roberts, Jr. . . 
Eston Russell Anderson .... 

Charles J. Smith, Jr 

James L. Boyd 

Agustin Gonzalez 

Cecil Eugene Long 

George Asburry Manning . . . 
Frederick Russell Snyder, Jr 

John Leslie Dean 

Joseph Bolinski Peters 

Louis Frank Daboll 

James McKie 

John Atwood Dacy 

Alvin Feldman 

Wilmer Burton Greene 

Stephan Phillip Kovach. . . . 
Randal Franklin Chitty 
William Ellsworth Edwards . 
Fred Wetzel Mulholland 
John Edward Dooley 



First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Second Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
S3cond Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. . , 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Major 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . - 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Captain 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1951 



209 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Wallace Bell Clary 

Richard Woodley Coryell . . 

Niles Aubrey Keen 

Harry Walter McVay 

John Richard Culbreath . . . 
William Anthony Sheppard 

John William Rashley 

Cyrus Booker Hutcherson . 

Jack Allen Sloane 

Frank Wilcox Zimmerman. 

Clice Talmon Yancy 

Edgar M. Connor 

John Arrington Darnell . . . 

George David Hope 

Chesley Clinton Roberts . . . 
Daniel Burton Sumner. . . . 
Paul William MacFarlane. 

Fred Walker Richards 

Walter Scott Mealor 

Gordon Kieth Totten 

Carl Leroy Allison, Jr 

Jon Louis Courson 

Clinton James Westberry . . 

Donald Edwin Woods 

Thomas Graham 

Lucian Isal Powers 

Charles Theodore Roussel . 



First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

Major 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 



Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 


16, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 


27, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


18, 



1952 



John Wayne Canady 

Ernest Claxton Bush 

Donald Henry Nixon 

Malcolm Brewton Johns 

Henry Tyler Sorensen 

Charles Riley Jenkins 

Alvin Basil Leggett, Jr 

Richard John Kerezsi 

Glen Burns Roberts 

Henry William McMillan, Jr. 

Charles Ray Betts 

Adam Eugene Skillin 

George Walton Wadsworth . . 

Earl Keith Richardson 

Gene Wilson Taylor 

Raymond Joseph Voss 

Harry P. McCall, Jr 

Edward Sylvester Parrish, Jr. 

Louis Edgar Driggers 

Grady Alonzo Warren, Jr. . . . 



Lieutenant Colonel 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Brigadier General . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 



Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


4, 


Feb. 


27, 


Feb. 


27, 


Feb. 


27, 


Feb. 


27, 


Feb. 


27, 



210 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD- 



-1952 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Robert Andrew Collins 

Maxwell Cook Snyder 

Robert Baskin Harkness 

Thomas Kindred McClane, Jr 

Arthur L. Bowers, Jr 

Ernest Clarence Carey 

James Newton Grimes 

Joseph Louis Kendrick 

Cluke Mannan Lawrence, Jr. . 

Edward Earl Saunders 

Joseph Paul Venning 

Eugene Paul Carnes 

Elam Wilfred Lee 

Howard Douglas Embree. . . . 
James Arthur Dowling, Jr. . . . 

Charles Frank Riggle, Jr 

Ralph William Crosby 

Daniel Allison Wallace 

Jack Charles Demetree 

Edward Lincoln Wilkinson . . . 

William Henry Fredrick 

Dwight E. Ogier 

Robert Nesbitt Dow, Jr 

Claude Harold McLeod 

George G. Baker 

Robert Edward Olds 

Carl Payton Deal, Sr 

Charles Kemp Hetzer 

Harold M. Stephens 

Loyd Eugene Pyle 

Calvin Otto Stockli 

Jack Arthur Ehrmantraut . . . 

Carl Sisler Memmel 

James H. Allen, Jr 

Aaron Ted Burkett 

John William Harvin, Jr 

Norman Donald Marx 

Sol H. Proctor 

Leonard Byers Eubanks 

Rudolph Earl Crawford 

Ephriam Kornblum 

Charles Frederic Amaden .... 

George Rabb Mason 

Bernard Robert Bent 

Paul Edward Phillippi 

Charles Jacob Kaniss 

Jack Charlie Livingston 

Raymond Bryant Stewart . . . 

Ronald Fred Harpe 

Russell James Hutchinson . . . 

Stanley Stratton Taylor 

Donald Harris Railsback .... 
Charles Vernon Emerson .... 
Daniel Burton Sumner 



Warrant Officer (JG) 
Brigadier General 

Colonel 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Major 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer (JG) 

Major 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Warrant Officer (JG) 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 



Feb. 27 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 11 

Mar. 24 

Mar. 25 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 11 

April 21 

April 24 

April 30 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 12 

May 15 

May 15 

May 15 

May 15 

Mav 15 

May 15 

May 15 

May 15 

May 16 

May 16 

May 19 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 20 

May 26 

May 26 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD- 



211 



-1952 



Name 




Robert Gentry White 

James L. Boyd 

William Vitoantonio Panzarino 

Youris Malone Dunn 

Forrest Varine Bell 

William Alan Macdonald 

Ted Wesley Cooper, Jr 

Floyd Lamar Kennon, Jr 

John Edward Greenslade 

Calvin L. Beard 

Robert D. Bowman 

Nicholas Canaday 

Robert W. Love 

Robert J. McDuff 

Rufus R. McClure 

Ralph E. Simmons 

Gordon E. Warden 

Anthony J. Maturo 

Albert Edward Durrell 

Charles Carvel Mathis, Jr 

Nolan Alvin Almond 

Philip Wilson Klein 

Warren Erwin Thomas 

William Erwin Borie 

Henry Clayton Prater 

Henry Tyler Sorensen 

Walter David Sikes 

Richard Chadwick Ashley 
Wilbur Brantley Simmons .... 
William McKenzie Whittaker . 

Charles R. McLaren 

Lewis Caswell Medlin 

Henry Carroll Lunsford, 

Howard Elmer Habicht 

Dabney Weeden Shobe, Jr. . . . 

Horace Smith Thome, Jr 

Lawrence Reginald Robinson . . 

Henry Holt, Jr 

Nels "Olson Brown, Jr 

Brunard Gerard Huntenburg. . 

Louis Conrad Forget 

Kenneth Ferrell Johnson, 

William Wallace Wiele 

William Lawrence Wolf 

Clarence M. Wilson, Jr 

Joseph Harold Johnson 

Charley Louis Gibson 

Billy Bruton Kelly 

Thomas Milton Jones 

Aubrey Young Covington .... 

John Herbert Cromartie 

Norman Julian Gray 

August Christian Lutz 

Leslie Howell Harper 



Colonel 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Lieutenant (SG) 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer (JG) . . 

Major 

Second Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Captain 

Warrant Officer (JG) . . 



Date 


Sept. 


8, 


Sept. 


8, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


11, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


18, 


Sept. 


29, 


Sept. 


22, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


25, 


Sept. 


25, 


Oct. 




Oct. 




Oct. 




Oct. 




Oct. 




Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


6, 


Oct. 


20, 


Oct. 


20, 


Oct. 


20, 


Oct. 


13, 


Oct. 


22, 


Oct. 


23, 


Oct. 


23, 


Oct. 


23, 


Oct. 


27, 


Oct. 


28, 


Oct. 


30, 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


14, 


Nov. 


14, 


Nov. 


14, 


Nov. 


14, 


Nov. 


20, 


Nov. 


20, 


Nov. 


21, 


Nov. 


24, 


Nov. 


25, 


Nov. 


26, 


Nov. 


26, 


Nov. 


26, 


Dec. 


1, 


Dec. 


1, 



212 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD- 



-1952 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Thomas Dorgan Byrne 

Jessie Harmon Hooper 

Irvin Octane Bell, Jr 

John Jolly McCutchen 

James Arthur North, Jr 

Albert William Stiriz 

Peter Llyod Paul 

Frazier Cloran Jones 

William Austin Kinard 

Manuel Nicholas Cepeda. . . 

Henry Raymond Smith 

Robert Floyd Breedon 

Morty Rosenkranz 

George Alex Stelogeannis . . . 

Harold Wilson Mullis 

Lewell Elmo Fairey, Jr 

James Edwin Morris 

Ralph William White, Jr. . . . 

Ottis Lee Patten 

Charles Wade Travis, Jr. . . . 

Archie Crawford, Jr 

William Thomas Osteen .... 

George Hodges Harrison 

Philip B. Stovin 

Robert Allen Honiker 

Andrew O. McEachern 

Leland Melvin Walker 

Arthur Ernest Clements, Jr. 

Barrie Squires Minor 

Frederick C. C. Krueger. . . . 

George Rensel, Jr 

Camille Andrew Sallas, Jr... 
Winston Lawrason Garesche 

Francis James Moran 

Richard Ronald Frisbie 

William Young Faircloth, Jr 

Robert Nesbitt Dow, Jr 

Robert Bernard Burns 

Sidney Austin Bass 

James Carey Davis 

Olan Rex Ferguson 

Robert Norwood Roberts . . . 
Ward Griffith Godfrey, Jr. . . 
James Reinoehl Wagner 
Joseph Robert Larmondra . . 
Sheldon Anthony Tillman . . . 

Carlow Fee 

Richard George Rundell 
George Raymond Crosby . . . 

Robert Lewis Cox 

John Sibley Calhoun, Jr 

Thomas Francis McGuire . . . 

Leon Andrew Moore, Jr 

Alexander Oswald Zelius. . . . 



Lieutenant Colonel . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 
Warrant Officer (JG) . 

First Lieutenant 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Major 

Warrant Officer (JG) , 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant .... 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer (JG) , 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Major 

Captain 

Major 

First Lieutenant 



9, 



June 19 
June 19 
June 19 
June 19 
June 19 
June 19 
June 19 
July 9 
July 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 
July 14 
July 16 
July 21 
July 21 
July 21 
July 21 
July 21 
July 22 
July 22 
July 22 
July 22 
July 22 
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July 22 
July 22 
July 23 
July 24 
July 25 
July 25 
July 30 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 8 
Aug. 8 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 11, 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 21 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 26 
Aug. 28 
Sept. 2 
Sept. 4 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1952 



213 



Name 


Commission 


Date 


Franklin Mudeirous Persons 


Warrant Officer (JG) 

Second Lieutenant 

Major 


Dec. 5, 1952 


Nevon Fouche Jeffcoat 


Dec. 15, 1952 


John Madison Taylor 


Dec. 22, 1952 









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OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 219 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT OPERATORS OF 

MOTOR VEHICLES IN WHICH SUMMONS IS SENT 

TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SERVICE 

UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 47.30 

OF THE 1949 FLORIDA STATUTES 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Bauer, et al vs. McConnico, et al 

Thomas vs. Ellison, et al 

Thomas vs. Ellison, et al 

Sanders vs. Trojan Sales Company 

Loving, a feme sole vs. Weaver 

Lockett vs. Weaver 

Pan American Airways, Inc., et al vs. 

Jennings 

Shoemaker et al vs. Sullivan 

Shoemake vs. Sullivan 

Rainey vs. Sullivan 

Rainey vs. Sullivan 

Biscagnano vs. Johnson 

Treyer vs. Lanasa 

Colonial Oil Company vs. Strickland 

Coal Operators Casualty Company, 

et al vs. Pyykko 

Shavin vs. Brown 

Byrd vs. Bell 

Douglas et al vs. Sharps 

Kupferman, et al vs. Greenbaum 

Geresy vs. Lason 

Sullivan vs. Kendall, et al 

Sullivan vs. Kendall, et al 

Collier vs. Johnson 

Collier, et al vs. Johnson 

Abbott vs. Johnson 

Reid vs. Johnson 

Greenblatt, et al vs. Whitfield 

Cox vs. Rowe, et al 

Smith, et al vs. Rogers 

Soloway vs. Stamler 

Thomas vs. Rentz 

Rudd vs. Agnew 

McLeod vs. Ross 

West vs. Handley 

Edmunds vs. Robertson 

Garrett, et al vs. Franklin August Forsgren 

Bartlett, et al vs. Owen 

Stevenson vs. Wilkie 

Melton vs. Larkin, et al 

Baker vs. Larkin, et al 

Elmore et al vs. Roberts 

Robinson vs. Boat Transit Company 

Fleming vs. Frankel 

Fleming vs. Wellener 



Marion 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 
Putnam 

Hillsborough 

Martin 

Duval 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough. 

Dade 

Polk 

Duval 

Volusia 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Leon 

Hillsborough .... 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa 

Palm Beach .... 

Dade 

Dade 



1- 2-51 
1- 4-51 

1- 4-51 
1-10-51 
1-11-51 
1-11-51 

1-12-51 
1-15-51 
1-15-51 
1-15-51 
1-15-51 
1-17-51 
1-18-51 
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220 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Sullivan vs. Kendall, et al 

Sullivan vs. Kendall, et al 

Reynolds vs. Roberts 

Hutchins vs. Holmes 

Henry vs. Rogers 

Carr vs. Nutty, et al 

Carr vs. Nutty, et al 

Berry vs. Nutty, et al 

Berry vs. Nutty, et al 

Skelton vs. Nutty, et al 

Shelton vs. Nutty, et al 

Staley vs. McTighe 

Carver, et al vs. McTighe 

Bishop vs. Johnston 

Miller, et al vs. Willett 

Page vs. Russo 

Vaughan vs. Rotton, et al 

Vaughan vs. Rotton, et al 

Bolton, et al vs. Nease, et al . . . . 
Whitney, et al vs. Jenkins, et al . 

English vs. Turner 

Lyman vs. Johnson, et al 

( 'air vs. Nutty, et al 

Berry vs. Nutty, et al 

Shelton vs. Nutty, et al 

Bolton, et al vs. Nease, et al . . . . 

Phillips vs. Myers, et al 

Phillips vs. Myers, et al 

Phillips vs. Myers, et al 

Phillips vs. Myers, et al 

Brodv vs. McAdams, Jr 

Ware vs. Mills 

Mitchell vs. Lucas 

Meyers, et al vs. Mann 

Eakin vs. Sweat 

Lopez vs. Allen, et al 

Lopez vs. A.len, et al 

Gabe vs. Ackman 

McNair, et al vs. Nickel 

Lee's Frontier, Inc., vs. Schwartz 

Medlin vs. Buehler, et al 

Williams vs. Winge 

Cohen, et al vs. De Noon 

Stanley vs. Walsh 

Murphy vs. Shook 

Nichols vs. Buehler, Sr., et al . . . . 

Murphy vs. Wilson 

Owen, et al vs. Thompson 

Westin vs. Kleber 

Shoemaker, et al vs. Sullivan .... 

Shoemaker vs. Sullivan 

Rainey vs. Sullivan 

Rainey vs. Sullivan 

Ling vs. Cordell 



Orange 

Orange 

Palm Beach . 
St. Lucie 

Duval 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Polk 

Okaloosa. . . . 

Nassau 

Marion 

Marion 

Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough. 
Palm Beach . 

Leon 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Hillsborough. 
Duval 



Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Gadsden 

U. S. Dist. Court. 

Escambia 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Lake 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Palm Beach 

Martin 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Monroe 



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-26-51 

-26-51 

26-51 

26-51 

26-51 

26-51 

26-51 

-26-51 

-26-51 

-26-51 

-26-51 

-27-51 

-27-51 

-28 51 

28-51 

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- 1-51 

■ 1-51 

- 2-51 

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2-51 

• 2-51 
5-51 
6-51 

■ 6-51 
6-51 
6-51 
7-51 

12-51 
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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 221 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Owens vs. Campbell 

Elkins vs. Callif 

Goodkind vs. Arnold 

Laub vs. Arnold 

Lashley vs. Jones 

Francis vs. Garrard, et al 

Francis vs. Garrard, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Adams, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Adams, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Bray vs. Bauer, et al 

Bray vs. Bauer, et al 

Overstreet vs. Kreider 

Knigin vs. Hamilton 

Miles, et al vs. Brown, et al 

Marucci, et al vs. Fox, et al 

Marcurri, et al vs. Fox, et al 

Lewis vs. Tower Construction Company, 

a Corporation 

White, et al vs. Moscardo 

Raiford vs. Henry, et al 

Richardson vs. Hall, et al 

Richardson vs. Hall, et al 

Stahl vs. Stuyvesant Corporation, et al . . . . 
Pope, et vir vs. Harrison Wright Company, 

Incorporated a corp 

Bloodworth vs. Stoycheff 

Kaufman, et vir vs. Costa 

Schneider, et vir vs. Hube 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Bauer, et al 

Conner vs. Murry, et al 

Conner vs. Murry, et al 

Parks vs. Greene, et al 

Holtzman, et vir vs. Shahid, et al 

Holtzman, et vir vs. Shahid, et al 

Winter Garden Ornamental Nurseries, 

Inc. vs. Ward 

Bernstein, et vir vs. Carlson 

Scarazzo vs. Price 

Rutledge vs. Motor Convoy, Inc 

Standard Oil Company vs. Zichterman . . . 

Stanley vs. Walsh 

Klinck, et al vs. Charneskey, et al 

Dixon, et vir vs. Potter, et al 

Dixon, et vir vs. Potter, et al 

Mathis vs. Ross 

Shoman vs. Virginia Trust Company, et al 

Greene vs. Saitta 

Price vs. Jacobs 



Escambia 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Palm Beach .... 
Palm Beach .... 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Highlands 

Highlands 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Suwannee 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 
Dade County . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

St. Johns 

St. Johns 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

St. Lucie 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Martin 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Broward 

Volusia 



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4-27-51 
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222 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Morrison, et al vs. Duvall 

Fleming vs. Wellener, et al 

Fleming vs. Wellener, et al 

Edward, et al vs. Upson 

Polite vs. Busbee Lumber Company, 

a corporation 

Lindstrom vs. Corbett 

Richtmyer vs. Mitchell 

Bothwell vs. Snyder 

Loeb, et al vs. Schalk, et al 

Lakes vs. Sheppeard 

Blankinship vs. Gibson 

Scarazzo vs. Price, et al 

Druker, et al vs. Sherman 

Klinck, et al vs. Charnesky, et al 

Roberson vs. Feld 

Watts vs. Sugg 

Parker, et al vs. Rabun 

Boyd, et al vs. Butler 

AUmon vs. Sorenson 

Partin vs. Schacht, et al 

Greenstein vs. Schacht, et al 

Chertoff vs. Extract 

Rapport vs. Extract 

Klinck, et al vs. Charnesky, et al 

Ringel vs. Brunner 

Devine vs. Johnson 

Baren vs. Hepprich 

Sparks vs. Nace 

Hardman vs. Holland, et al 

Hardman vs. Holland, et al 

Hardman vs. Holland, et al 

Woodruff vs. Hertz Drive-Ur-Self 

Stations of Florida, Inc., et al 

Williams vs. Dubrow, et al 

Williams vs. Dubrow, et al 

Crispino vs. Gross 

Waybrant vs. Phillips Milling Company . 

Richardson vs. Hall, et al 

Richardson vs. Hall, et al 

Jackson vs. McPerson 

Skipper vs. Spence 

Festo vs. Santa Maria 

Watkins, et al vs. Conway, et al 

Poole vs. Bobenhausen 

Risica, et al vs. White, et al 

Hussa vs. Florida Power and Light 

Company, et al 

Bence vs. Hodges 

Stout vs. Sperry, et al 

Bopp vs. Denaci 

Anderson, et al vs. Scott 

Barton vs. Nisbet 

Flatt vs. Berger, et al 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough .... 

Marion 

Dade 

Hillsborough .... 

Duval 

St. Lucie 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach .... 

Dade 

Broward 

Volusia 

Taylor 

Taylor 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 
U. S. Dist. Court 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Marion 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Lee 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward 

Palm Beach 

Dade 



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5- 3-51 

5- 3-51 

5- 4-51 
5- 4-51 
5- 4-51 
5- 4-51 
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5-10-51 
5-11-51 
5-11-51 
5-11-51 
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5-14-51 
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5-21-51 
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5-25-51 
5-25-51 
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5-31-51 
5-31-51 

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6- 4-51 
6- 6-61 
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6- 7-51 
6- 8-51 
6- 8-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



223 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Flatt vs. Berger, et al 

Benevento vs. Talley 

Katon, et al vs. Segal, et al 

Katon, et al vs. Sabel, et al 

Dull vs. White 

Pettay, et al vs. Beh, et al 

Pettay, et al vs. Beh, et al 

Risica, et al vs. White, et al 

Shipp, et al vs. Smith, et al 

Shipp, et al vs. Smith, et al 

Aston vs. Millet, et al 

Foster, et al vs. March 

Palmer, et al vs. Taylor 

Warfield, et al vs. Nelson, et al 

Warfield, et al vs. Nelson, et al 

Warfield, et al vs. Nelson, et al 

Thomas vs. Gettys 

Register vs. Gettys 

Gardner, et al vs. Gifford 

Hovey, et al vs. Redman, et al 

Ritter, et al vs. Purdy 

Mizell, et al vs. Purdy 

Moore vs. Newton, et al 

Foley Lumber Company vs. Blanken, et al 
Foley Lumber Company vs. Blanken, et al 

Sikes vs. Clark 

Wilson vs. Pollack 

Wilcox vs. Morrison, et al 

Touchton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Touchton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Rosenthal! vs. Scarpelli 

Seay vs. Scarpelli , 

Bowden, et al vs. Gildersleeve, et al 

Brunt vs. Nepo 

Flatt vs. Berger, et al 

Flatt vs. Berter, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Steele, et al vs. Ghorstad, et al 

Bernstein vs. Smollin 

Dewitt vs. Maria 

Crawford vs. McClellan 

Davis vs. Zuckerbert 

Moore, et al vs. Thomas 

Charlan vs. Dobkin, et al 

Charlan vs. Dobkin, et al 

Minton vs. Rochester Atlas Wrecking Co. . . 

Ellingsworth vs. McClain 

Nunez, et al vs. The American Surety 

Company of New York 

Bardill vs. Kennedy 

Stout vs. Sperry, et al 

Coffin vs. McCoy 

Thomas vs. Richter 



Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court. 
U. S. Dist. Court. 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Duval 

Putnam 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court. 

Orange 

Orange 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange , 

Duval , 

Dade , 

Dade 

Polk 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough 



Hillsborough . 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Duval 



6- 8-51 
6- 9-51 
6-11-51 
6-11-51 
6-13-51 
6-13-51 
6-13-51 
6-13-51 
6-14-51 
6-14-51 
6-14-51 
6-15-51 
6-15-51 
6-16-51 
6-15-51 
6-15-51 
6-16-51 
6-16-51 
6-18-51 
6-19-51 
6-21-51 
6-21-51 
6-21-51 
6-22-51 
6-22-51 
6-25-51 
6-25-51 
6-25-51 
6-25-51 
6-25-51 
6-27-51 
6-27-51 
6-28-51 
6-29-51 
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7- 2-51 
2-51 
3-51 
5-51 
5-51 
5-51 
5-51 
6-51 
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7-12-51 
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7-19-51 
7-20-51 



224 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Bray vs. Schang 

Lendle, et al vs. Schang 

Lendle, et al vs. Schang 

Sherman vs. Branch 

DioGuardia vs. Harter 

Cohen vs. Belcher Oil Co., et al 

Wilson, et al vs. Royal Exposition Shows . . 

Wester, et al vs. St. Arnauld 

Colson vs. Halbrook 

Margolis vs. David Bilgore and 

Company, et al 

Smilow vs. David Bilgore and 

Company, et al 

Smilow vs. David Bilgore and 

Company, et al 

Schiefelbein vs. Owen 

Burdge vs. Utenwoldt 

Kurland vs. Beamish 

Golofsky vs. Walters 

Osman, et al vs. Seifley 

Pumpian vs. Kuperbert, et al 

Pumpian vs. Kuperbert, et al 

Gulliford vs. Elrod 

Davis vs. Kemp, et al 

Richardson vs. Hall, et al 

National Surety Corporation vs. South- 
eastern Pipeline Company, et al 

Smith vs. Wynn 

Baer vs. Warren 

Schwarzkoff vs. Smith 

Barno vs. Wage 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Jackson vs. Weiner 

Jones vs. Angell 

West vs. McCarthy 

Ansley vs. Wood 

Roundy vs. Olney Construction 

Company, et al 

The West Pensacola Bank vs. Olney 

Construction Company, Inc., et al 

Boyd vs. Merker 

Nelson vs. Obsgarten 

Bradley vs. Prevatt 

Boyd, et al vs. Merker 

Whitford vs. Eisenhart 

Crow vs. Reliance Life and Casualty Co. . . 

Singleton vs. Stankonis, et al 

Woodward vs. McNichols, et al 

Bennett vs. McNichols, et al 

Alterman vs. Roth 

Beveridge, et al vs. Bemount, et al 



Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Volusia 

Dade , 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

U. S. Dist. Court 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Volusia 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Putnam 

U. S. Dist. Court 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Gadsden 

Clay 

Dade 

Duval 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Broward 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Bay 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Dade 

Martin 

Columbia 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward 

Palm Beach .... 
Palm Beach .... 

Dade 

Dade 



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7-23-51 
7-24-51 
7-25-15 
7-25-51 
7-25-51 
7-25-51 
7-26-51 

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7-26-51 

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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 225 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Beveridge, et al vs. Bemount, et al 

Culp, et al vs. Eagle Motor Lines, Inc., 

a corporation 

Thompson vs. Hobaugh 

Thompson, et al vs. Hobough 

Wells vs. Oty-McGee, Inc., et al 

Wells vs. Oty-McGee, Inc., et al 

Goodis vs. General Tire Company, et al 

Layel vs. Burnett, et al 

Beach vs. Boat Transit Company, 

a corporation, et al 

Howe vs. Stubbs, Sr., et al 

Beals vs. Burnett, et al 

Marshall vs. Boat Transit Company, 

a corporation, et al 

Pettay, et al vs. Beh, et al 

Pettay, et al vs. Beh, et al 

Cedil vs. Easton 

Walters vs. Silverman 

Walters, et al vs. Silverman 

Walters, et al vs. Silverman 

Walters, et al vs. Silverman 

Fekany, et al vs. Law, et al 

Fekany, et al vs. Law, et al 

Rust, et al vs. Cole, et al 

Rust vs. Cole, et al 

Main vs. Crispin 

Hill vs. Texize Chemicals, Incorporated, 

a corporation 

Rooker vs. Coleman 

Markowitz, et al vs. Taylor, et al 

Markowitz, et al vs. Taylor, et al 

Rothstein, et al vs. Trupp 

Rothstein, et al vs. Trupp 

Meltz, et al vs. Trupp 

Fund, et al vs. Trupp 

Fund, et al vs. Trupp 

Luterman, et al vs. Moseley 

Stewart, et al vs. Bowman, et al 

Stewart vs. Bowman, et al 

Gulliford vs. Elrod 

Penny vs. Henriksen 

Storms, et al vs. Henriksen 

Gulf Oil Corporation vs. Boat Transit 

Company, et al 

Gulf Oil Corporation vs. Boat Transit 

Company, et al 

Rosenthal, et al vs. Scarpelli, et al 

Seay vs. Scarpelli, et al 

Cooper vs. Auxier, et al 

Cooper vs. Auxier, et al 

Strauchman, et al vs. McClendon, et al . 
Bradley vs. Prevatt 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

U. S. Dist. Court 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Palm Beach 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Indian River 

Bay 

Bay 

Orange 

Broward 

Broward 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Nassau 

Columbia 



Date Received 



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226 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Langston, et al vs. Salliaaw Canning 
Company, et al 

Langston, et al vs. Sallisaw Canning 
Company, et al 

Frazier vs. Safety Cabs, Inc., et al 

Thomas vs. Lamson 

Sallette vs. Steup 

Barton vs. Nisbet 

Brown vs. Griffin, et al 

Jones, et al vs. Griffin, et al 

Perry vs. Griffin, et al 

Verner, et al vs. Griffin, et al 

Smith vs. Washburn 

Smith vs. Washburn 

MacFayden vs. Hotel Knickerbocker 
Operating Company, et al 

Piatt vs. Miami Beach Railway 

Company, et al 

Leavengood vs. Blakeslee 

Padgette, et al vs. Time Inc 

Jackson vs. Spink 

Anderson vs. Dampier, et al 

Lee vs. Morton 

Anderson vs. Whetstone 

Minton vs. Kellmanson, et al 

Stidum vs. McFarland 

Gary vs. McFarland 

Lauderdale Paint, Inc. vs. Bainbridge, et al 

Aston vs. Miller, et al 

Bowers vs. Olins Inc., et al 

Corley vs. Patterson Hardward and 

Supply Company 

Skinner vs. Bryant, et al 

Skinner, et al vs. Bryant, et al 

Skinner, et al vs. Bryant, et al 

Green, et al vs. Green 

Hill vs. Lewis 

DeWald vs. Leonard Bros. Transfer 

and Storage Co., Inc., et al 

Goddard vs. Bruner, et al 

Goddard vs. Bruner, et al 

Buckner vs. MacMillan 

Wilcox vs. Myer, et al 

Wilcox vs. Myer, et al 

The First National Bank in St. Peters- 
burg, Florida, et al vs. Myer 

The First National Bank in St. Peters- 
burg, Florida, et al vs. Myer 

Stevens vs. Myer, et al 

Stevens vs. Myer, et al 

Llano, et al vs. Lebovici 

Warren vs. Crowell-Collier Publishing Co. . 

Anderson, et al vs. Guthrie 

Steinhauser vs. Rawls 



County from 
Which Received 



Leon 

Leon 

Duval 

Broward 

Volusia 

Palm Beach .... 

Leon 

Leon 

Leon 

Leon 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Palm Beach .... 

Dade 

Marion 

Lake 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Columbia 

Duval 

Marion 

Marion 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Bay. 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

U. S. Dist. Court 
Nassau 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas , 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Duval 

Volusia 



Date Received 



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9- 7-51 
9-10-51 
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 227 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Russell vs. Harrelson, et al 

Piatt vs. Miami Beach Railway 

Company, et al 

Stokes, et al vs. Trent 

Twin City Transit Co., vs. Rardin .... 

Driggers vs. Graham 

Rubin vs. Miami Beach Jitney Bus Co. 

Inc., et al 

Hill, et al vs. Safety Cabs, Inc. et al . . . 

Mathieu vs. Brown, et al 

Claggett, et al vs. Brown, et al 

Pickens, et al vs. Brown 

Dupree vs. Scoggins, et al 

Dupree vs. Scoggins, et al 

Locke, et al vs. Kappelman 

Counts vs. McLaury 

Curlee vs. Patcher 

Folsom vs. Cutsinger 

Folsom vs. Cutsinger 

Bennett vs. McNichols, et al 

Woodward vs. McNichols, et al 

Standard Oil Company vs. Zichterman . 
Florida Service Corporation vs. Fadder 
Rosenthal, et al vs. Scarpelli, et al . . . . . 

Seay vs. Scarpello 

Rasner vs. Rosenberg 

Goggans vs. Morris 

Edelman vs. McCord Building 

Maintenance, Inc 

Gross vs. The Atlantic Company, Inc. . 

Patterson, et al vs. Hutto 

Manguba vs. Komister 

Hausherr, et al vs. Fischel 

Sheppard, et al vs. Locke, et al 

Kurland, et al vs. Beamish 

Payne, et al vs. Varholla, et al 

Smith vs. Yardy 

Yglesia vs. Swindle 

Johnson vs. Swindle 

Arrington vs. Swindle 

Tervin, et al vs. Geham 

Cameron, et al vs. Ferguson, et al 

Cameron, et al vs. Ferguson, et al 

Martin vs. Bell 

Bradley, et al vs. Cooksey 

Hudson vs. Greyvan Lines, Inc 

Russell vs. Neumann 

Roan vs. Bell 

Kline vs. Bizet 

Liberty Optican Manufacturing Co., 

vs. Gerson 

Bass vs. Davenport 

Lithgow, et al vs. Finocchiaro 

Hamilton, vs. Devine 



Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Polk 

Duval 

Seminole 

Duval 

Putnam 

Putnam 

Palm Beach .... 
Palm Beach .... 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Hillsborough .... 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Volusia , 

Hillsborough 

Highlands 

Highlands 

Sarasota 

Escambia 

Broward 

Pinellas 

Sarasota 

Highlands 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Orange 

Dade 

Clay 



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228 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from Which Receii 



Date Received 



Coxwell, et al vs. Schrieber 

Burke, et al vs. Schieber 

Klopfenstein vs. Bell 

Ritch, et al vs. Mercer 

Hahn, et al vs. Barlett 

Jenner vs. Schwanda 

Fournier, et al vs. Shpunder, et al 

Fournier, et al vs. Shpunder, et al 

Miller vs. Cope, et al 

Miller vs. Cope, et al 

Corn vs. Behnke, et al 

Weiss, et al vs. Deaton Truck Lines, Inc. . 

Trough ton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Troughton, et al vs. Karaus, et al 

Flannigan-Moulds, Inc. vs. Barnes Food 

Express Co 

Cassidy vs. Ballard, et al 

Cassidy vs. Ballard, et al 

Fields, et al vs. Aishton 

Martin vs. Tumminello, et al 

Martin vs. Tumminello, et al 

Schweitzer vs. McCart, et al 

Thompson vs. Scheibler 

Macasphalt Corporation vs. Carson 

Fisher Distributing Co., Inc. vs. Elec-Tel 

Radio and Television Corp., et al 

Newton vs. Corton, et al 

Reaves vs. Mudgett 

Cagwallader, et al vs. McBride 

West Coast Shell Corporation vs. Bell 

Mellefont vs. Eastman, et al 

Price, et al vs. Drake, et al 

Gay vs. Leemans 

Moore vs. Hoffman 

Cook, et al vs. Hoffman 

Aycock vs. Torn, et al 

Aycock vs. Torn, et al 

Chattanooga Wheelbarrow Company vs. 

Torn, et al 

Chattanooga Wheelbarrow Company vs. 

Torn, et al 

Hanna vs. Edgell 

Brannon vs. United Security Associates 

Warehouses, Inc 

Brooks vs. Shaw 

Markunes vs. Serth 

Miller vs. Strange, et al 

Stringer, et al vs. Strange, et al 

Allen, et al vs. Watkins Motor Lines, Inc. . 

Duke vs. Rist 

Kaplan, et al vs Gerson 

Davis vs. Dunn 



Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 

Sarasota 

Orange 

Pinellas .... 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Broward . . . 
Escambia. . . 
Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Polk 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Walton 

Walton 

Seminole. . . 

Bay 

Bay 

Palm Beach. 
Hillsborough 
Polk 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota 

Dade 

Duval 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach . 
Palm Beach . 

Palm Beach . 

Palm Beach . 
Washington . 

Alachua 

Duval 

Dade 

Lake 

Lake 

Pinellas 

Brevard 

Dade 

Pinellas 



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OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 229 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Waters, et al vs. Cope, et al 

Martin vs. North American Van Lines, Inc 

Chaires vs. Session Company, Inc 

Howard, et al vs. Hood, et al 

Howard, et al vs. Hood, et al 

Wimberly, et al vs. P. and W. 

Construction Company, et al 

Womble vs. Pearson 

Implement Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co., et al vs. Glickman 

Kinney, et al vs. Barkley, et al 

Kinney, et al vs. Barkley, et al 

Venieri et al vs. Byron 's Red Cross 

Pharmacy, et al 

Wright vs. Patterson, et al 

Wright vs. Patterson, et al 

Thompson vs. Rivoire 

Langford vs. Strine 

Mellefont vs. Eastman, et al 

Ideal Optical Co., Inc. vs. Gershon, et al. . 
John W. Campbell Farms Company vs. 

Adamski 

Rhoden vs. Crawford, et al 

Rhoden vs. Crawford, et al 

Rhoden vs. Crawford, et al 

Price vs. Farkas, et al 

Price vs. Farkas, et al 

N. G. Arfaras and Co., Inc. vs. 

Nicholis, et al 

Young vs. Armstrong 

Gulf Oil Corporation, et al vs. Boat 

Transit Company, et al 

Martin vs. Bell 

West Coast Shell Corporation vs. Bell 

Roan vs Bell 

Popell vs. Korol, et al 

Mayes vs. Barnes, et al 

George vs. Dotschay, et al 

George vs. Dotschay, et al 

Gwynn vs. Dotschay, et al 

Alfonso vs. Dotschay, et al 

Mayes vs. Barnes, et al 

Levitt vs. Weiss, et al 

Spence vs. Conway, et al 

Spence vs. Conway, et al 

Hornick vs. Chester 

Deneen vs. Massell 

Woodward, et al vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward, et al vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward, et al vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward, et al vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 



Escambia 

Putnam 

Leon 

U. S. Dist. Court 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Bay 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough .... 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Baker 

Baker 

Baker 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Hillsborough 

Palm Beach 

Sarasota 

Sarasota 

Sarasota 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Osceola 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 



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230 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 

Woodward vs. Roberts, et al 

American Bakeries Company vs. Pratt . . . 

Coleman vs. Knapp 

F. Rust Smith and Sons, Inc. vs. Hend- 
erson, Black and Greene, Inc 

Whitehead vs. Bruner, et al 

Whitehead vs. Bruner, et al 

Chain, et al vs. Bruner, et al 

Chain, et al vs. Bruner, et al 

Crosby vs. Cotton, et al 

Crosby, et us vs. Cotton, et al 

Jones vs. McLarty, et al 

Jones vs. McLarty, et al 

Faber vs. Lustman 

John A. Benton Construction Company 
vs. Driggers 

Moore vs. Templeton 

Lashley vs. Eagle 

Hiatt vs. Ross 

Fritchey vs. West 

Fritchey vs. West 

Livingston vs. O. V. Eagle 

Bailey vs. Prestwood, et al 

Bailey vs. Prestwood, et al 

Bailey vs. Prestwood, et al 

Sumner vs. Clark 

Pinckney, et al vs. Bever, et al 

Baigert, et al vs. Duncan, et al 

Yappa, et al vs. Bennett 

French vs. Lever Brothers Company, et al 

Johnson vs. Lever Brothers Company, et al 

King vs. Atwood 

Sands vs. Lustman 

Leonard vs. Copeland, et al 

Huddleston vs. Hartzog 

Wilkes vs. Artis, et al 

Wilkes vs. Artis, et al 

Wilkes vs. Artis, et al 

Wilkes vs. Artis, et al 

Quiris, et al vs. Artis, et al 

Quiris, et al vs. Artis, et al 

Quiris, et al vs. Artis, et al 

Quiris, et al vs. Artis, et al 

Chapman vs. Safety Transportation 
Corporation 

Williams vs. Marberry, et al 

Williams vs. Marberry, et al 

Dull vs. White 

Chambers, et al vs. Morrison 

Sober, et al vs. Flagler 

Harrington vs. Ronco Foods 

Randall vs. Poole 



County from 
Which Received 



Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Escambia . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Leon 

Escambia . . . 
Escambia. . . 
Dade 

Palm Beach . 
Escambia . . . 

Taylor 

Lake 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Gulf 

Gulf 

Gulf 

Polk 

Pinellas .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Madison. . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Okaloosa. . . 
Palm Beach . 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 



Date Received 



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1- 7-52 
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1-10-52 

1-10-52 
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 231 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 






Hazelwood, et al vs. Cannon 

Hazlewood, et al vs. Cannon 

Hazlewood, et al vs. Cannon 

Decker, et al vs. Cannon 

Vann vs. Cannon 

Hazlewood, et al vs. Cannon 

White vs. Nusko 

White vs. Nusko 

Kohn vs. Schmidt 

Alfonso vs. Dotschay, et al 

Dejaco vs. Allen 

Griffis, et al vs. Gambrall 

Gunn vs. Nichols 

Despres vs. Curry 

Oliver vs. Statler Tissue Corp., et al 

Oliver vs. Statler Tissue Corp., et al 

AVilliams vs. Marberry, et al 

Parker vs. Tasker 

Fletcher vs. Tasker 

Fletcher vs. Tasker 

Felder vs. Tart 

Felder vs. Tart 

Cain vs. Tart 

Cohen, et al vs. Williams 

Tervin vs. Gehan 

May vs. Eber 

Bourne, et al vs. Foster, et al 

Pate vs. Simon 

Goldberg vs. Hinst, et al 

Goldberg vs. Hinst, et al 

Goldberg vs. Hinst, et al 

Rice vs. Jones 

Woodruff vs. Hertz Drive-Ur-Self Stations 

of Florida, Inc., et al 

Sanders vs. Steckbauer 

Walters vs. Barnett 

Clark vs. Richardson 

DeNorbriga vs. Wright 

Vinzant, et al vs. Moran 

Lesky, et al vs. Heckaman 

Nichols vs. Styron 

Nerland, et al vs. Mockridge 

Martin vs. Tart, Jr 

Ragin vs. Tart, Jr 

The Cudahy Packing Company vs. Key 

Transportation, Inc 

Carter vs. Parson, et al 

Carter vs. Parson, et al 

Crow vs. Reliance Life and Casualty Co. . . 

Chace vs. Rentz 

Gallant, et al vs. McKinney 

Brown vs. Franklin 

Woods vs. Franklin 

Woods vs. Franklin 



Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 

Orange 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk. 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Volusia , 

Palm Beach 

Hillsborough. 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Broward 

Escambia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Pinellas 

Leon 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Escambia 

St. Lucie 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Palm Beach .... 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 



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232 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Cecil vs. Easton 

Edelblut vs. Selvagn 

Smith vs. A. N. Kinsman, Inc 

Langford vs. Mountain, Administrator 

Fletcher vs. Davis 

Hursch vs. Jacobs 

Hirsch, et al vs. Jacobs 

Morrison vs. Goodman, Jr 

Neary III, et al vs. Barlow, et al 

Funk vs. Calhoun, et al 

Funk vs. Calhoun, et al 

Tabaka, et al vs. Deering 

Wisconsin Valley Trust Company, et al 

vs. Jacobi, et al 

Wisconsin Valley Trust Company, et al 

vs. Jacobi, et al 

Pilk, et al vs. Keown 

Perry, et al vs. Crawford, et al 

Hall, et al vs. Shufflebarger 

Walters vs. Maloof 

Howard vs. Megow 

Merkel, et al vs. Presley, et al 

Lora vs. Kleeblatt, et al 

Land O'Sun Dairy Products, Inc. vs. 

Timm, et al 

Land O'Sun Dairy Products, Inc. vs. 

Timm, et al 

Smith vs. A. N. Kinsman, Inc 

Rosenberg, et al vs. Compania Subana 

de Aviacion 

Maigert, et al vs. Duncan, et al 

Calvert vs. Palmer 

Wester vs. Conahay Enterprises, Inc., et al 
Tagge, et al vs. Norman Freeman 

Funkhouse 

Hunter, et al vs. Associated Petroleum 

Carriers 

Hinds, et al vs. Criswell, et al 

Hinds, et al vs. Criswell, et al 

McKinney, et al vs. Jones, et al 

McKinney vs. Mew 

Anderson vs. Messina 

Loftin, et al vs. Bridges 

Lof tin, et al vs. Bridges 

Hancock vs. Deaton Truck Lines, Inc 

Baigert, et al vs. Duncan, et al 

Taylor, et al vs. Davis 

Taylor vs. Davis 

Daley, et al vs. Frazier 

Rosenzweig vs. Boucher, et al 

Packer vs. Bailey 

Aufright, et al vs. Paulson, et al 

Aufright, et al vs. Paulson, et al 

Rosenberg vs. Wharton 



Palm Beach. . . . 

Lee 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Broward 

Leon 

Leon 

Martin 

Hernando 

Hernando 

Santa Rosa 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Lee 

Lee 

Dade 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Duval 

Duval 

Brevard 

Hillsborough .... 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Manatee 

U. S. Dist. Court 
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 233 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Rosenberg vs. Wharton 

McGregor vs. Schmidt Packing Co 

Briguera, et al vs. Bouris 

Wisconsin Valley Trust Company, as Exe- 
cutor of the Estate of Minnie Furlong, 
Deceased vs. Mildred Hunt Jacobi, as 
Executrix of the Estate of Albert P. Hunt, 
Deceased 

Wisconsin Valley Trust Company, as Ad- 
ministrator of the Estate of Joseph C. 
Furlong, Deceased vs. Mildred Hunt. 
Jacobi, as Executrix of the Estate of Al- 
bert P. Hunt, Deceased 

Young vs. McKnight, et al 

Young vs. McKnight, et al 

Kapp, et al vs. Thompson, et al 

Otto vs. Agnone, et al 

Otto vs. Agnone, et al 

Dozier vs. Spanish Trail Transport, Inc. . . 

Roland vs. Booth 

Lola Mae Cassis, as administratrix of the 
Estate of Helen Milton, Deceased vs. 
Booth 

Brooker, et al vs. Bandeen 

Laks, et al vs. Frazee 

Laks, et al vs. Frazee 

Harvey vs. Lawrence 

Silsby, et al vs. Weeks 

Le Forge vs. Cassanu, et al 

Escambia County, a political subdivision 

of the State of Florida vs. Conecuh Farm 

Development Company, Inc 

Watson vs. Callahan 

Chatfield vs. Manning 

Loftin, et al vs. Bridges 

Loftin, et al vs. Bridges 

Osborne vs. Konezewski 

LaGrone vs. King 

Rivers, et al vs. Miles, et al 

Hunter, et al vs. Associates Petroleum 

Carriers, a corporation 

Woodalls, Inc., a Florida corporation vs. 

Hyatt 

Cohen, et al vs. Singer 

Matthews vs. Dixie Transport Company, 

a corporation, et al 

Doogan vs. Weingart, et al 

Kannen, et vir vs. C. B. Ragland 

Wholesale Grocery Co., et al 

Nicholson, et al vs. Cloke 

Shea vs. Hayes 

Anderson, et al vs. Hayes 

McNeill vs. Konezewski 



Volusia 
Dade. . 
Dade . . 



Hernando 



Hernando 

Sumter 

Sumter 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Jackson 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Indian River 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Dade 

Orange 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Volusia 

Escambia 

Leon 

Dade 

Marion 

Polk 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia 



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234 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Brown vs. Grimes 

Vinzant, et al vs. Moran 

Green vs. Gable 

Raiford vs. Henry, et al 

Raiford vs. Henry, et al 

Hansher, et al vs. Graham, et al 

Hansher, et al vs. Graham, et al 

Thompson vs. Mountain, et al 

Langford vs. Mountain, et al 

Howdon vs. Milne 

Willis vs. Miller 

Nelson vs. Roselli 

Howe vs. Kelly 

Scott, et al vs. Kerr, et al 

Scott, et al vs. Kerr, et al 

Montauck, et al vs. Krei 

Bishop, et al vs. Youngblood 

Bishop, et al vs. Youngblood 

Gomez vs. Kline 

Mottern vs. Luckner, 

Schoenbaum vs. Roubell 

Ritch, et al vs. Mercer Milling Company, 

a North Carolina corporation 

Slocomb vs. Till 

Irvin, et al vs. Till 

Fleming vs. Wellener, et al 

Hahn vs. Thompson 

Greenberg, et al vs. Georgia Vitrified 

Brick and Clay Company 

Giglio vs. Burrell, et al 

James vs. Gomez 

Dennis, et al vs. King, et al 

Little vs. Friend 

Yiend vs. Andriano 

Nelson, et al vs. Louisa, et al 

Rogers, et al vs. Louisa, et al 

Rogers, et al vs. Louisa, et al 

McNamara vs. Harroun, et al 

McNamara vs. Harroun, et al 

Pollard vs. White, et al 

Pollard vs. White, et al 

Williams vs. White, et al 

Williams vs. White, et al 

Frederickson, et al vs. Lefkovitz 

Hill vs. Parker 

Armstrong, et al vs. Moss 

Sanchez vs. Dawson, et al 

Sanchez vs. Dawson, et al 

Fox, et al vs. Silverstein, et al 

Fox, et al vs. Silverstein, et al 

Lewis vs. Harl 

Glassmacher vs. Rodgers 

Clark vs. Richardson 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Leon 

St. Lucie 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Duval 

Duval , 

Dade 

Sarasota 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Dade 

Leon , 

Leon 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Orange 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

St. Johns 

Nassau 

Nassau 

Nassau 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua 

Alachua 

Alachua 

Alachua 

Escambia 

Polk 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Broward 

Brevard 



Date Received 



4-18-52 
4-18-52 
4-19-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-21-52 
4-22-52 
4-22-52 
4-24-52 
4-25-52 
4-25-52 
4-25-52 
4-25-52 
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 235 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Solomon, et al vs. Winn and Lovett, 

Miami, Inc., a Florida corporation, et al 

Schachner vs. Cody 

Hahn vs. Thompson 

Smith, et al vs. Stinger 

Castellano, et al vs. Maxfield 

Castellano vs. Maxfield 

Brod vs. Steele, et al 

Brod vs. Steele, et al 

Maloof vs. Deans 

Cohen vs. Freeman 

Urley, et al vs. Prange 

Foley vs. Boxerman, et al 

Monroe vs. France 

Del Valle vs. Lane, et al 

Del Valle vs. Lane, et al 

Newman, et al vs. Glass 

Pabst, et al vs. Chippas 

Carter vs. McAtee 

Lutz, et al vs. State of Florida and 

Newell B. Thornhill 

Routh vs. Crandall 

McGee, et al vs. Gramling 

Jackson vs. Mobile-U-Drive-It, Inc. etal. 
Harper vs. Mobile U-Drive-It, Inc. et al . . 

Bonney vs. Walls, et al 

David vs. Masterson, et al 

David vs. Masterson, et al 

Raymond, et al vs. Marino 

Sisto vs. Marino 

Whitson vs. De Forno 

Griffin vs. Slater 

Great Southern Trucking Company vs. 

Commercial Carriers, Inc 

Bourne, et al vs. Foster, et al 

Carr, et al vs. Ozar 

Byrd vs. Ozar 

Stanley-Left" Motors, Inc., et al vs. Garafola 

Taylor vs. Hicks, et al 

Cauthen vs. Mincey 

Davis, et al vs. Turner 

Royer, et al vs. Massey 

Heath, et al vs. Merola, et al 

Heath, et al vs. Merola, et al 

Pepper vs. Woy 

Lomneek, et al vs. Towe, et al 

Lomneck, et al vs. Towe, et al 

Gallant, et al vs. McKinney 

Gallant vs. McKinney 

Peters vs. Cohn, et al 

Campbell, et al vs. The Golden Eagle 

Motor Lines Company 

Campbell vs. The Golden Eagle Motor 

Lines Company 



Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Lee 

St. Johns 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 
Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Broward 

Gadsden 

Gadsden 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Polk 

Dade 

Alachua 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 



Date Received 



5-10-52 
5-10-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
5-12-52 
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236 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Campbell, et al vs. The Golden Eagle 

Motor Lines Company 

Kennington vs. Hile 

Gudeman vs. Hakin 

Grimes vs. Johnson 

Devine vs. Johnson 

Tomlinson vs. Nunneley 

Ellis vs. Nunneley 

Freeman vs. Anklowitz 

Aderholdt vs. Dimopoulas, et al , 

Aderholdt vs. Dimopoulas, et al , 

Straehla vs. Dimopoulas, et al 

Straehla vs. Dimopoulas, et al 

Gauger vs. Marindion, et al 

Gauger vs. Marindion, et al 

Yancey vs. Hunt, et al 

Escambia County vs. Conecuh Farm 

Development Company, Inc 

Prime vs. Carswell 

Timmerman, et al vs. Searle, et al 

Grant vs. Rodgers 

Brown vs. Posch 

Sawicki vs. Ellwanger 

Tootle vs. Carter 

Fox, et al vs. Silverstein 

Shaps, et al vs. Central Produce Co 

Edwards vs. General Finance 

Corporation et al 

Carter, et al vs. Sullens 

Alig, et al vs. Wright, et al 

Sheftall vs. Hobbs, et al 

Ferris vs. Wurzer, et al 

Sullitan, et al vs. Ketchum, et al 

Land O'Sun Dairy Products vs. 

Timm, et al 

Land O 'Sun Dairy Products vs. 

Timm, et al 

Berrish vs. Cory 

Schlaudecker vs. Lukic 

Auto Trimmers Supply, Inc. vs. Torrens . . 

Ward, et al vs. Rockett, et al 

Ward, et al vs. Rockett, et al 

Schachner vs. Cody 

Flowers, et al vs. Ginn 

Ruff, et al vs. Pickens, et al 

Leonard vs. Smith 

Crabtree, et al vs. Wm. B. Reily and 

Company, Inc., et al 

Schneider vs. Ness 

Walker, et al vs. Loop Fish and Oyster 

Company 

Fuhrman vs. Pominski 

Morrison vs. McGuire 

Service Trucking Co., Inc. vs. Pylant, et al 



Duval 

Orange 

Dade 

Polk 

Polk 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Franklin 

Escambia 

Duval 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Duval 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

Dade 

Lee 

Lee , 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough .... 

Polk 

Polk 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach .... 

Escambia 

Dade 

Gulf 

Hillsborough .... 

St. Johns 

Palm Beach. . . . 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 237 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Service Trucking Co., Inc. vs. Pylant, et al 

Cahn vs. Friedman, et al 

Cahn vs. Friedman, et al 

LaGrone vs. King 

Poulos, et al vs. Schatzer 

Lazzara vs. Pedro, et al 

Flanagan, et al vs. Brown 

Rogers vs. Morrison 

Jones vs. Ball, et al 

Perin vs. Hobneck, et al 

Speed, et al vs. Pulliam 

Swinford, et al vs. Katz 

Swinford vs. Katz 

Carmichael vs. Carswell 

Fisch vs. Rosenfield, et al 

Hendrix vs. Phillips 

Mayes, et al vs. Huston, et al 

Mayes, et al vs. Huston, et al 

Teeple, et al vs. Ketchum, et al 

Hazard vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al 

Oravec, et al vs. Chucknik 

Oravec vs. Chucknik 

Oravec vs. Chucknik 

Blair vs. Pickens, et al 

Prinza vs. Bowen 

Connolly, et al vs. Harris 

Colwell vs. Home Decorators, Ltd., et al. . 
Sinclair Refining Company vs. Andreas . . . 

James, et al vs. Emery, et al 

Cash vs. Tallent 

Mergenthaler vs. Haxton 

Vanderzicht vs. Groulx 

Hand vs. Edwards 

Price Brothers Label Company vs. Kuehn . 

Roberson vs. Feld 

Sheradsky vs. Bruno 

Sheradsky vs. Bruno 

Sheradsky vs. Bruno 

McKenney vs. Braunstein, et al 

McKenney vs. Braunstein, et al 

McKenney vs. Braunstein, et al 

Danford vs. Smith 

Ryan vs. Trussel 

Clements, et al vs. Royer 

Beauchamp, et al vs. McCann Lumber 

Company 

Philpot, et al vs. McCann Lumber 

Company 

Griffis, et al vs. Gambrall 

Forbes vs. Meyers 

Forbes vs. Meyers 

Abrams, et al vs. Universal Pictures 

Company, Inc 



Palm Beach . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach .... 

Duval 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Calhoun 

Calhoun 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough .... 
Hillsborough. . . . 
Hillsborough. .. . 

Dade 

Hillsborough .... 

Putnam 

Broward 

Sarasota 

Broward 

Putman 

Palm Beach .... 

Broward 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough .... 

Escambia 

Dade 

Levy 

Levy 

Dade 

Palm Beach. . . . 
Palm Beach .... 

U. S. Dist. Court 



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238 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County fro-m 
Which Received 


Date Received 


U. S. Dist. Court 


7-18-52 


Palm Beach 


7-19-52 


Palm Beach 


7-19-52 


Polk 


7-19-52 


Santa Rosa 


7-19-52 


Leon 


7-21-52 


Brevard 


7-22-52 


Dade 

Gulf 


7-23-52 
7-23-52 


Gulf 


7-23-52 


Duval 


7-23-52 


Leon 


7-23-52 


Escambia 


7-24-52 


Duval 


7-24-52 


Dade 


7-24-52 


Volusia 


7-25-52 


Volusia 


7-25-52 


Hillsborough 


7-28-52 


Broward 


7-30-52 


Broward 


7-30-52 


St. Johns 


7-31-52 


St. Johns 


7-31-52 


Dade 


8- 1-52 


Dade 


8- 1-52 


Dade 


8- 1-52 


Dade 


8- 1-52 


Escambia 


8- 4-52 


Escambia 


8- 4-52 


Dade 


8- 4-52 


Dade 


8- 4-52 


Dade 


8- 4-52 


Dade 


8- 4-52 


Dade 


8- 4-52 


Duval 


8- 5-52 


Duval 


8- 5-52 


Duval 


8- 5-52 


Dade 


8- 6-52 


Dade 


8- 6-52 


Escambia 


8- 7-52 


Escambia 


8- 7-52 


Hillsborough 


8- 7-52 


Hillsborough 


8- 7-52 


Sarasota 


8- 8-52 


Dade 


8-11-52 


Dade 


8-11-52 


Dade 


8-11-52 


Dade 


8-11-52 




8-11-52 



Abrams, et al vs. Universal Pictures 

Company, Inc 

Price, et al vs. Levey 

Price, et al vs. Levey 

Driver vs. Weber, et al 

Ray vs. Dunn 

Kelly, et al vs. Gunn Motor Company, et al 

Mandaville vs. Nelson 

Bishop vs. Portnoy 

Cook vs. Loop Fish and Oyster Company. 
Dillman vs. Loop Fish and Oyster 

Company 

Bryant vs. Rainone 

Harvey, et al vs. Southern Specialty 

Company, et al 

Peake vs. Williams 

Hopkins vs. E. O. Clifton Motors, Inc., 

et al 

Curry-U-Drive-It, Inc. vs. Dahlberg 

McGlone vs. Royalty, et al 

McGlone vs. Royalty, et al 

Jennings vs. Roberts 

Marion vs. Slavin 

Marion, et al vs. Slavin 

Gochneaur vs. Cohen, et al 

Gochneaur vs. Cohen, et al 

Martin vs. Priester, et al 

Martin vs. Priester, et al 

Martin vs. Priester, et al 

Martin vs. Priester, et al 

Miller, Jr., et al vs. Cope, et al 

Miller, Jr., et al vs. Cope, et al 

McDonald vs. Gudzin 

Flanagan, et al vs. Brown 

Flanagan, et al vs. Brown 

Reid, et al vs. Freels, et al 

Reid, et al vs. Freels, et al 

Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc. et al . . . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc. et al . . . 
Stanley-Leff Motors, Inc., et al vs. 

Garafola 

Miami Dairies, Inc., et al vs. Balogh 

Rosen, et al vs. Shuter 

Maloy vs. Kantrowitz 

Price vs. Alabama Textile Products 

Corporation 

Conklin vs. Siek 

Conklin, et al vs. Siek 

Musick vs. Vogt 

Thompson vs. Firstenberg 

Knutsen vs. Trussel, et al 

Knutsen vs. Trussel, et al 

Fisch vs. Rosenfield, et al 

Fisch vs. Rosenfield, et al 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 239 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Day, et al vs. Western Refrigerator 

Truck Lines 

Lloyd A. Fry Roofing Company vs. 

McNulty, et al 

Lloyd A. Fry Roofing Company vs. 

McNulty, et al 

Campbell, et al vs. The Golden Eagle 

Motor Line Company 

Day vs. Western Refrigerator Truck Lines 
Abrams, et al vs. Universal Pictures 

Company, Inc., et al 

Abrams, et al vs. Universal Pictures 

Company, Inc., et al 

Mation, et al vs. Oakland 

Wynn vs. Wilson 

Tate vs. Wright, Jr 

Johnston vs. Wright, Jr 

Van Horn vs. Moody 

Warfield vs. Greening, et al 

Kohn, et al vs. Gordon, et al 

Durso vs. Gussman 

Gorn vs. Seligman, et al 

Berrish vs. Cory 

Latham vs. Hart, et al 

Latham vs. Hart, et al 

McCoy vs. Pepsi Cola Bottling 

Company, Inc., et al 

James, et al vs. Emery, et al 

Baggett vs. Hart, et al 

Baggett vs. Hart, et al 

Thomson vs. Enrenborg, et al 

Thompson vs. Enrenborg, et al 

Fye vs. Liska 

Holt vs. Struder, et al 

Greene vs. Calvert Fire Insurance 

Company 

Eickenbaum vs. Weinberg, et al 

Knutespm vs. Austein 

Jackley vs. Worsham, et al 

Jackley vs. Worsham, et al 

Thomas vs. Frimming 

Balman vs. Seaboard Air Conditioning 

Inc., et al 

Vincent vs. Belch, et al 

Vincent vs. Belch, et al 

Matthews, et al vs. Knee 

Washington, et al vs. Burton 

Godfrey vs. Thrasher 

McCoy vs. Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, 

Inc., et al 

Colbert vs. Mayhew 

Giglio vs. Burrell, et al 

Pippin vs. Evans 

Taggart, et al vs. Swanger, et al 



Orange 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 

U. S. Dist. Court 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Broward 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Orange 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa 

Dade 

Broward 

Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa 

Martin 

Martin 

Dade 

Duval 

Putnam 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade , 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Alachua 

Alachua 

Duval 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Franklin 

Hillsborough 

Indian River 

Orange 



8-13-52 

8-13-52 

8-13-52 

8-13-52 
8-13-52 

8-14-52 

8-14-52 
8-14-52 
8-15-52 
8-15-52 
8-15-52 
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8-20-52 

8-20-52 
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8-22-52 
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8-25-52 
8-25-52 
8-25-52 
8-25-52 

8-26-52 
8-26-52 
8-26-52 
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8-27-52 

8-27-52 
8-27-52 
8-27-52 
8-28-52 
8-29-52 



240 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Taggart, et al vs. Swanger, et al 

Deloney, vs. Burkowitz 

Collins, et al vs. Tessneer 

Robertson vs. Pearson, et al 

Robertson vs. Pearson, et al 

Smith vs. Pearson, et al 

Smith vs. Pearson, et al 

Danbaum (Ben), Inc., et al vs. Ball 

Drugash vs. Georgia Lumber and Veneer 

Corporation 

Johns, et al vs. Coy 

Farrell, et al vs. Dotta, et al 

Farrell, et al vs. Dotta, et al 

Pieper vs. Dotta, et al 

Pieper vs. Dotta, et al 

Bass vs. Hockman, et al 

Sheftall vs. Hobbs, et al 

Driver vs. Weber, et al 

Colwell vs. Murray, et al 

D'Avolio, et al vs. Kressee 

The Wisconsin Valley Trust Company 

et al vs. Jacobi, et al 

Sullivan vs. Simpson, et al 

Sullivan vs. Simpson, et al 

Reuter vs. Knox Glass Bottle Company . 
Reuter vs. Knox Glass Bottle Company . 

Peters vs. Cohn, et al 

Kraus vs. Sheldon Joseph Benedict, et al 

Kirsch, et al vs. Benedict, et al 

Wilber vs. Freeman 

Anderson, et al vs. Ray 

Willis vs. Molley 

Sparkman vs. Scott, et al 

Sparkman vs. Scott, et al 

Clark vs. Clark, et al 

Clark vs. Clark, et al 

Hartman vs. Matlin 

Haupt, et al vs. McArthur, et al 

Haupt, et al vs. McArthur, et al 

Haupt, et al vs. McArthur, et al 

Haupt, et al vs. McArthur, et al 

Gorn vs. Sidney Sligman, et al 

Regan vs. Taylor 

Lacy vs. Garrett 

Moody vs. Parsons 

Miller vs. Larkin 

Fernandez, et al vs. Alexander, et al 

Fernandez, et al vs. Alexander, et al 

Carmichael vs. Carswell, et al 

Prime vs. Carswell, et al 

Reese vs. Choinski 

Smith et al vs. Ward 

Lewis vs. Harl 

Kay vs. Cook 

Gluckman vs. Pine 



Orange 

Duval 

Jackson 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Duval 

Duval 

Bradford 

St. Johns 

St. Johns 

St. Johns 

St. Johns 

Marion 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Polk 

Broward 

Dade 

Hernando 

Leon 

Leon 

Bay 

Bay 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Columbia , 

Taylor 

Broward 

Broward 

Leon , 

Leon 

Dade 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward 

U. S. Dist. Court 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Bay 

St. Johns 

Orange 

Duval 

Dade 



8-29-52 
8-29-52 
9- 2-52 
9- 2-52 
2-52 
2-52 
2-52 
2-52 



9- 
9- 
9- 
9- 



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9- 2-52 
9- 2-52 
9- 2-52 
9- 2-52 
9- 2-52 
9- 4-52 
9- 4-52 
9- 6-52 
9- 6-52 
9- 8-52 



9- 9-52 
9- 9-52 
9- 9-52 
9-11-52 
9-11-52 
9-11-52 
9-13-52 
9-13-52 
9-13-52 
9-13-52 
9-15-52 
9-17-52 
9-17-52 
9-18-52 
9-18-52 
9-18-52 
9-19-52 
9-19-52 
9-19-52 
9-19-52 
9-19-52 
9-19-52 
9-20-52 
9-20-52 
9-20-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-22-52 
9-24-52 
9-25-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 241 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Browning et al vs. Terranova 

McLaughlin vs. Ferris 

John Morris Trucking Service, Inc. vs. 

Lundgren 

Murray vs. Galabar Realty Ltd 

Riggs, et al vs. Brown 

Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Myles vs. Biltmoor Moving and Storage 

Company 

Mission Company, Inc. vs. Kajander, 

et ux, et al 

Baker, et al vs. Mowery 

Scheumann vs. Miami Beach Railway 

Company, et al 

Hanlon, et al vs. Weekes, et al 

Hanlon, et al vs. Weekes, et al 

Kraykovic vs. Zeibold 

Marion, et al vs. Oakland 

Bertke vs. Vasaturo, et al 

Bashline vs. Hoffman 

Freeman vs. Burnes 

High tower vs. Auto Van and Warehouse 

Corporation, et al 

Loftin, et al vs. Refrigerated Transport 

Company 

Kimley vs. Weiser 

Leuenberger vs. Green 

Hillsborough County vs. Leeg,et al 

De Roche vs. Rosen 

Goldsmith, et al vs. Biltmoor Moving and 

Storage, et al 

Goldsmith, et al vs. Biltmoor Moving and 

Storage, et al 

Martin vs. Priester, Jr., et al 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Company, vs. Marshall, et al 

Sigler, vs. Drew, Jr 

Wilson, et al vs. Wallace 

Puller ot al vs. Omnibus Fitzjohn 

De Cuba, S. A 

Owens vs. Cole, et al 

Owens vs. Cole, et al 

Hillsborough County vs. Leeg, et al 

Hillsborough County vs. Leeg, et al 

Bizier vs. Wood et al 

Bizier vs. Wood et al 

Taylor, et al vs. Southeastern Fire 

Insurance Co 

Kraus vs. Benedict, et ux 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough .... 

Dade 

Jackson 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Walton 

Palm Beach .... 
Pinellas 

Dade 

Palm Beach .... 
Palm Beach .... 

Pinellas 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough. 

Dade 

Hillsborough .... 
Dade 

Palm Beach .... 

Palm Beach .... 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Escambia 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough. 
Palm Beach. . . . 
Palm Beach 

Duval 

Palm Beach 



Date Received 



9-25-52 
9-25-52 

9-26-52 
9-26-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 
9-29-52 

9-30-52 

10- 1-52 
10- 3-52 

10- 3-52 
10- 3-52 
10- 3-52 
10- 3-52 
10- 4-52 
10- 6-52 
10- 6-52 
10- 7-52 

10- 7-52 

10- 7-52 
10- 8-52 
10- 9-52 
10- 9-52 
10-10-52 

10-10-52 

10-10-52 
10-10-52 

10-13-52 
10-13-52 
10-13-52 

10-13-52 
10-15-52 
10-15-52 
10-16-52 
10-16-52 
10-16-52 
10-16-52 

10-17-52 
10-17-52 



242 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Kirsch et al vs. Benedict et al 

Lewis vs. Harl 

Clark vs. Schouw 

Cook vs. Armstrong 

Brumbaugh vs. Natter et al 

Brumbaugh vs. Natter, et al 

Albury, et al vs. Pulos 

Bittman, et al vs. Stolarz 

Farrel vs. Feldman 

Palmer vs. Shaw, Sr., et al 

Iolati vs. Baron 

Lindblom vs. Lowery, et al 

Lanphere vs. Morgan 

DeMarco, et al vs. Ulrich 

DeMarco, et al vs. Ulrich 

Downs vs. Superior Ice Cream Company . 

Laplant, Jr., vs. Vanderwende 

Davis vs. Carlin et al 

Davis vs. Carlin, et al 

Neff vs. Burgess 

Llyod vs. Humberger 

Atkinson vs. Heibor 

Baker et al vs. Hausmann 

Wilcox, et al vs. Angelique and Company, 

Inc., etc 

Finn vs. Holtan, Jr 

LeForge, vs. Cassani 

LeForge vs. Cassani 

Hadfield vs. Sirota et al 

Cundiff vs. Keier 

Hadfield vs. Sirota, et al 

Marino vs. Lowman et al 

Marino vs. Lowman, et al 

Toombs, Jr. vs. Burbridge 

Anderson, Jr. vs. Palmer 

Hopkins vs. E. O. Clifton Motors, 

Inc., et al 

Anderson vs. Messina 

Stanhll vs. Leveritt et al 

Godfrey vs. Thrasher 

Kent vs. Dormitzer Electric and 

Mfg. Co. Inc 

Hill, Jr., et al vs. Morton, et al 

Battenberg, et al vs. Kirkwood et al 

Battenberg, et al vs. Kirkwood, et al 

Haughton vs. Howard 

Conover, et al vs. Jackson 

Riseley, et al vs. Arnold 

Thornton, et al vs. Chapman, et al 

Thornton vs. Chapman, et al 

Assenza vs. Curl 

Assenza vs. Curl 



Palm Beach 

Orange 

Okaloosa 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

U. S. Dist. Court 

Miami Division 
U. S. Dist. Court 

Miami Division 

Dade 

Gadsden 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Volusia 

Duval 

Indian River 

Volusia 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Pinellas 

Escambia 

Pinellas 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Duval 

Alachua 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Orange 

Putnam 

U. S. Dist. Court. 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 



10-17-52 
10-19-52 
10-22-52 
10-22-52 
10-23-52 
10-23-52 

10-23-52 

10-23-52 
10-27-52 
10-27-52 
10-29-52 
10-31-52 
11- 1-52 
11- 1-52 
11- 1-52 
11- 3-52 
11- 5-52 
11- 5-52 
11- 5-52 
11- 7-52 
11- 8-52 
11-12-52 
11-12-52 

11-14-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-17-52 
11-18-52 
11-19-52 

11-20-52 
11-20-52 
11-20-52 
11-20-52 

11-22-52 
11-22-52 
1 1-24-52 
11-24-52 
1 1-24-52 
11-24-52 
11-24-52 
11-24-52 
11-24-52 
11-25-52 
11-25-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 243 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 



Coxinty from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Flanagan, et al vs. Brown 

Paul vs. Priest 

Cook vs. The Munford Company 

W. Jim Roberts, Inc., vs. Allied Vans, 

Inc., et al 

Jones-Chambliss Co. vs. Christenson 

Shivers vs. Buckeye Cellulose Corporation 

Freeman, et al vs. Owens 

Abbott vs. Deck, et al 

Betts vs. Schwartz Produce Company 

Culbertson vs. Ivey 

Smith vs. Roberts, Jr 

Smith, et al vs. Roberts, Jr 

Milliner, et al vs. Flint, Jr 

Holden vs. Williams, et al 

Holden vs. Williams, et al 

Graubart, et al vs. Badovinac 

Scott vs. Walker 

Harp, Jr., et al vs. Olin's, Inc., et al 

Robinson vs. Morris 

Matte, et ux vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al . . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al . . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al. . 
Matte, et al vs. Car Shippers, Inc., et al . . 

Greenfield, et al vs. Featherstone 

Marion vs. Oakland 

Prestwood vs. Sams 

Manoyian vs. Murdaugh, et al 

Manoyian vs. Murdaugh, et al 

Perez vs. Meerapfel, et al 

Stead vs. Locks, et al 

Stead vs. Locks, et al 

Stead vs. Locks, et al 

Stead vs. Locks, et al 

The Keyes Company vs. Kristal, et al . . . . 

Leland vs. Kruse 

Lowe, et al vs. Prestwood, et al 

Lowe, et al vs. Prestwood, et al 

Kilts vs. Firstenberg, et al 

Kilts lis. Firstenberg, et al 

Hall vs. Yakovac 

Hall, et al vs. Yakovac 

Hall vs. Yakovac 

Wragg vs. Douds 

Whitworth vs. Wells et al 

Moore vs. Jensen, et al 

Whitworth vs. Wells, et al 

Greenbert, et al vs. Douds 

Greenberg, et al vs. Douds 

Schneider vs. Ness, Jr 



U. S. Dist. Court. 

Palm Beach 

U. S. Dist. Court. 

Dade 

Duval 

Leon 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Levy 

Leon 

Hillsborough .... 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Marion 

Marion 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward 

Duval 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Hillsborough 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Orange 

Gulf 

Gulf 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Pinellas 

Leon 

Hendry 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

U. S. Dist. Court 



11-25-52 
11-26-52 
11-26-52 

11-26-52 
11-28-52 
12- 2-52 
12- 3-52 
12- 2-52 
12- 4-52 
12- 4-52 
12- 4-52 
12- 4-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 8-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12- 9-52 
12-10-52 
12-11-52 
12-12-52 
12-15-52 
12-15-52 
12-16-52 
12-17-52 
12-17-52 
12-17-52 
12-17-52 
12-17-52 
12-18-52 
12-18-52 
12-18-52 
12-18-52 
12-18-52 
12-20-52 
12-20-52 
12-20-52 
12-22-52 
12-22-52 
12-22-52 
12-22-52 
12-22-52 
12-22-52 
12-23-52 



244 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Cases 


County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Culbertson vs. Ivey 

Rosenzweig vs. Boucher, et al 


Leon 


12-29-52 


Dade 


12-29-52 


Aaronson vs. Polizzano 


Dade 


12-29-52 


Andrews, et al vs. Denehy, et al 


Dade 


12-29-52 


McMurry vs. Powell 


Duval 


12-29-52 


Uretsky, et al vs. Meyers, et al 


Dade 


12-29-52 


Uretsky, et al vs. Meyers, et al 


Dade 


12-29-52 


Hill, et al vs. Safety Cabs, Inc., et al 


Duval 


12-30-52 


Waybrant vs. Crum, et al 


Dade 


12-30-52 


Shivers vs. Buckeye Cellulose Corporation. 


Taylor 


12-31-52 


Opperman vs. Douds 


Pinellas . . . 


12-31-52 


Farah vs. Hardy 


Dade 


12-31-52 


Deenney vs. Lawrence 


Hillsborough 


12-31-52 









OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 245 

REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1951 and 1952 the State of Florida made Requi- 
sitions on other States, the District of Columbia, and the United 
States Navy for fugitives from justice as follows: 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 



23 
2 

12 
2 
3 
2 
3 

55 
1 

16 
6 
4 
3 

12 
2 
2 
4 

11 
1 
4 



Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Jersey . . . 
New York .... 
North Carolina 
North Dakota . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma .... 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . 
South Carolina 
Tennessee .... 

Texas 

U. S. Navy . . . 

Virginia 

Washington . . 
West Virginia 
Wisconsin .... 



11 
1 
1 

10 

28 
4 
1 

11 
3 
2 

13 
7 

13 

18 
1 

13 
4 
4 
2 



REQUISITIONS 



During the years 1951 and 1952 the following States have made 
Requisitions on the State of Florida for fugitives from justice, as 
follows: 






Alabama 

Arizona 

California . . . 
Colorado .... 
Connecticut . 
Delaware 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kansas 

Kentucky 
Louisiana . . . 

Maine 

Maryland . . . 
Massachusetts 
Michigan 
Mississippi . . 



New Jersey 
New Mexico . . . 

New York 

New Hampshire 
North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania . . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Virginia 

Washington . . . 
West Virginia . 
Wisconsin 



22 

1 

14 

1 



25 



246 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

DEATH WARRANTS — 19511952 

R. Charlie Gifford 

Alias Charlie Ross Electrocuted Feb. 2, 1951 

John Washington, Jr Electrocuted June 4, 1951 

Jessie Hilton Electrocuted June 4, 1951 

James Felton Electrocuted Aug. 8, 1951 

Willie London Electrocuted Aug. 8, 1951 

Coy McMann Electrocuted April 7, 1952 

Saul James Electrocuted April 21, 1952 

Merlin James Lieby Electrocuted June 30, 1952 

George W. Story Electrocuted Sept. 8, 1952 



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7 

5,164 

417 

4,601 

437 

21,455 


282 

3 

62 

8 

11 

265 


36 


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2 

15 

4 

9 

32 

3 

2 

3 

4 

2 

7 

218 

3 

2 

84 

38 

1 

2 

5 

1 

3 
3 

6 

2 

3 

8 

71 

6 

4 

13 

2 

2 

15 

11 

18 

4 

1 

4 

13 

13 

3 

10 

5 

10 

1 

36 

7 

38 

10 

51 


533 
040 
600 
030 
519 
889 
676 
301 
619 
788 
225 
783 
814 
334 
684 
154 
238 
572 
471 
694 
805 
786 
158 
536 
108 
062 
000 
757 
476 
271 
021 
544 
140 
636 
389 
031 
253 
820 
631 
454 
619 
761 
346 
151 
119 
981 
131 
694 
815 
200 
341 




Bay 


55 


Bradford 


14 


Brevard 


31 


Broward 


269 


Calhoun 




Charlotte 


58 

25 

15 

6 

6 

2,700 

4 


5 


Citrus 


2 


Clay 


25 


Collier 


4 


Columbia 


6 


Dade 


1,378 


Desota ... 




Dixie. . . 




Duval 


1,158 

130 

1 

14 

1 

2 


424 


Escambia 


48 


Flagler 


1 


Franklin 


3 


Gadsden 


39 


Gilchrist 




Glades 




Gulf 


11 

40 

34 

16 

10 

8 

398 

8 

6 

119 

10 


1 


Hamilton 


2 


Hardee 


12 


Hendry 


3 


Hernando 




Highlands 


12 


Hillsborough 


232 


Holmes 


6 


Indian River 


20 


Jackson 


15 


Jefferson . . 




Lafayette . . 




Lake 


71 

59 

160 

26 


2 


Lee 


20 


Leon 


4 


Levy 


4 


Liberty . . 












Manatee 


987 
3,716 

549 
1,224 

908 

302 

368 
2,247 

246 
5,126 

650 
3,317 


44 
175 

2 
15 
13 

4 


4 


Marion 


21 


Martin 

Monroe 


1 
39 


Okaloosa 


128 


Orange 


294 

50 

79 

1 

356 


173 


Osceola 


81 


Palm Beach 


350 


Pasco . 




Pinellas 


1,915 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 
REGISTERED VOTERS— 1952 PRIMARY— CONTINUED 



277 



County 


White 
Democrats 


Colored 
Democrats 


White 
Republicans 


Colored 
Republicans 


Minor 
Parties 


Polk 

Putnam 


37,910 

8,721 
10,306 
7,524 
8,978 
9,395 
7,038 
4,893 
7,769 
4,822 
2,043 
28,945 
2,312 
8,237 
6,812 


3,745 
980 

2,058 

1,606 
508 
525 

3,172 

477 

317 

92 


1,996 

167 

303 

387 

52 

3,247 

352 

22 

9 

28 

7 

1,795 

7 

83 

6 


190 

322 

231 

42 

8 

61 

76 

3 

64 

17 


189 

7 


St. Johns 


30 


St. Lucie 


7 


Santa Rosa 




Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 


22 

56 


Suwannee 




Tavlor 

Union 


1 


Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 


5,218 
114 
710 

778 


217 

7 
15 
32 


152 

4 

15 

7 


Total 


1,006,493 


112,868 


80,191 


8,045 


5,875 


Grand Total 

Grand Total 


Democrats 


1,119,361 


Republicans 


88,236 


5,875 
1,213,472 


















278 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS 

NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

(Democrats) 

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 99.041, Florida Election 
Code of 1951, the following named candidates for nomination 
of the Democratic Party were nominated without opposition: 

For Representative in Congress, Second District — 

Charles E. Bennett. 
For Representative in Congress, Fourth District — Bill Lantaff. 
For Representative in Congress, Sixth District — 

Dwight L. Rogers 
For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group One — 

Roy H. Chapman. 
For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group Three — John E. 

Mathews. 
For Circuit Judge, Sixth Judicial Circuit — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr. 
For Circuit Judge, Seventh Judicial Circuit — P. B. Revels. 
For Circuit Judge, Ninth Judicial Circuit — Terry B. Patterson. 
For Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group One — 

Grady L. Crawford. 
For Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group Three — 

Vincent C. Giblin. 
For Circuit Judge, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — 

Lamar G. Warren. 
For Secretary of State — R. A. Gray. 
For Comptroller — Clarence M. Gay. 
For State Treasurer — J. Edwin Larson. 
For Attorney General — Richard W. (Dick) Ervin. 
For State Attorney, Second Judicial Circuit — 

William D. Hopkins. 
For State Attorney, Fourth Judicial Circuit — 

William A. Hallo wes, III. 
For State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Circuit — T. E. Duncan. 
For State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit — 

Murray W. Overstreet. 
For State Attorney, Twelfth Judicial Circuit — 

W. M. (Mack) Smiley. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 279 

For State Attorney, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — 

J. Frank Adams. 
For State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — 

Phil O'Connell. 
For State Senator, Fifteenth Senatorial District — 

Charley E. Johns. 
For State Senator, Thirty-first Senatorial District — 

Verle A. Pope. 
For Member House of Representatives, Alachua County, 

Group One — Ralph D. Turlington. 
For Member House of Representatives, Baker County — 

John J. Crews, Jr. 
For Member House of Representatives, Broward County, 

Group Two— Thomas E. (Ted) David. 
For Member House of Representatives, Collier County — 

D. C. Jones, Sr. 
For Member House of Representatives, Dade County, Group 

Two— Dante B. Fascell. 
For Member House of Representatives, Dade County, Group 

Three— Robert L. Floyd. 
For Member House of Representatives, DeSoto County — 

S. C. Smith. 
For Member House of Representatives, Flagler County — 

H. T. Cook. 
For Member House of Representatives, Franklin County — 

Bryant Patton. 
For Member House of Representatives, Gadsden County, 

Group One — W. M. Inman. 
For Member House of Representatives, Gadsden County, 

Group Two— E. B. McFarland. 
For Member House of Representatives, Gilchrist County — 

Howell Lancaster. 
For Member House of Representatives, Hendry County — 

Elbert L. Stewart. 
For Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, 

Group One — James S. Moody. 
For Member House of Representatives, Indian River County — 

Sherman N. Smith, Jr. 
For Member House of Representatives, Lake County, Group 

One— J. A. (Tar) Boyd. 



280 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

For Member House of Representatives, Lake County, Group 

Two — Carl E. Duncan. 
For Member House of Representatives, Lee County, Group 

Two — Walter O. Sheppard. 
For Member House of Representatives, Manatee County, 

Group One — J. Ben Fuqua. 
For Member House of Representatives, Manatee County, 

Group Two — Joe Bill Rood. 
For Member House of Representatives, Marion County, Group 

One — C. Farris Bryant. 
For Member House of Representatives, Orange County, Group 

Two — James E. Keezel. 
For Member House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, 

Group One — John E. Bollinger. 
For Member House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, 

Group Two— B. Elliott. 
For Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, 

Group One — S. Henry Harris. 
For Member House of Representatives, Polk County, Group 

One — Roy Surles. 
For Member House of Representatives, Polk County, Group 

Two — Joe N. Crowder. 
For Member House of Representatives, Polk County, Group 

Three — Perry E. Murray. 
For Member House of Representatives, St. Johns County, 

Group One — F. Charles Usina. 
For Member House of Representatives, Santa Rosa County — 

John S. Pittman. 
For Member House of Representatives, Sarasota County, 

Group One— J. D. Tate. 
For Member House of Representatives, Seminole County, 

Group Two — Volie A. Williams, Jr. 
For Member House of Representatives, Sumter County — 

J. C. Getzen, Jr. 
For Member House of Representatives, Suwannee County — 

Houston W. Roberts. 
For Member House of Representatives, Volusia County, Group 

Two — James H. Sweeny, Jr. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 281 

NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

(Republicans) 

For United States Senator — John P. Booth. 

For Representative in Congress, Fourth District — 

Dorothea M. B. Vermorel. 
For Representative in Congress, Seventh District — 

Kent S. McKinley. 
For State Attorney, Sixth Judicial Circuit — Clair A. Davis. 
For State Senator, Ninth Senatorial District — 

Clyde H. Lochart. 
For State Senator, Eleventh Senatorial District — 

J. Frank Houghton. 
For State Senator, Nineteenth Senatorial District — 

Ira W. Partin. 
For State Senator, Twenty-third Senatorial District — 

Fred Von Terglau. 
For State Senator, Thirty-fifth Senatorial District — 

Muriel Dalzell. 
For Member House of Representatives, Broward County, 

Group One — Guy Davenport. 
For Member House of Representatives, Duval County, Group 

Two — Georges M. H. Adelmann. 
For Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, 

Group Two — George R. Sprinkle. 
For Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, 

Group Three — Tom F. Brown. 
For Member House of Representatives, Manatee County, 

Group Two — Raymond P. Desjardins. 
For Member House of Representatives, Orange County, Group 

One— H. N. Roth. 
For Member House of Representatives, Orange County, Group 

Two — Josephine Wright. 
For Member House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, 

Group One— John D. Talbot. 
For Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, 

Group Three— B. E. Shaffer. 
For Member House of Representatives, St. Lucie County — 

Wynfred R. Briggs. 



282 



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OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 
District One 



Counties 


Courtney 
Campbell 


Archibald 
Mclntyre 




1,275 
20,131 

3,150 
16,625 


826 




8,933 




2,011 




5,461 








Totals 


41,181 


17,231 






58,412 









REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 
District Three 



Counties 


Arthur 
Barker, Sr. 


Boh 
Sikes 


Bay . . 


1,040 
186 

3,210 
161 
273 
221 
700 
829 
226 

1,161 
91 

1,036 
691 
156 
508 
525 


10,733 




2,483 




22,514 




1,740 




4,461 


Gulf 


1,946 




4,453 




7,949 




1,845 




9,164 




915 




7,717 




5,941 




1,658 


Walton 


5,355 




3,515 








11,014 


92,389 










103,403 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



289 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 
District Five 



Counties 


A. S. 
Herlong, Jr. 




5,223 




1,662 


Flagler 


775 




9,059 




5,924 




13,501 




3,138 




4,210 




5,188 




2,665 




11,377 








Total 


62,722 







REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 
District Seven 



Counties 


Edward C. 
Flood 


James A. 
Haley 


De Soto 


1,038 
1,808 
2,603 
2,172 
12,118 
762 


1,561 




1,424 




1,826 




6,291 


Polk 


14,617 




5,108 






Totals 


20,501 


30,827 






Grand Total 




51,328 









290 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 
District Eight 



Counties 


Guy 
Andrews 


Lex 
Green 


D. R. (Billyh 
Matthews 


Alton C. 
Witt 


Alachua 


1,251 
308 
951 

1,048 
252 
272 
250 
195 
761 
924 
921 

1,098 

1,169 
467 
200 


3,618 
1,028 
2,377 
2,208 
1,042 

495 
1,030 

915 
1,689 
1,611 
1,721 
1,918 
2,096 
1,606 
1,013 


6,539 

816 

249 

1,108 

492 

475 

976 

610 

961 

818 

1,185 

1,912 

1,447 

826 

326 


161 
112 




30 




1,557 




39 


Gilchrist 


66 
128 




48 




131 


Madison 


153 
305 




269 




372 


Taylor 


135 




55 






Totals 


10,067 


24,367 


18,740 


3,561 






Grand Total 








56,465 













CIRCUIT JUDGE 11TH 
Circuit Group 2 



County 


Wayne 
Allen 


JoeN. 
Morris 


Dade 


53,512 


44,426 




Totals 








53,512 


44,426 














97,938 













OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



291 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 







CIRCUIT JUDGE 11TH 
Circuit Group 4 






County 


Pat 
Cannon 


J. Fritz 
Gordon 


Dade 


50,915 


46,656 




Totals 








50,915 


46,656 




Grand Total.. 










97,571 













STATE ATTORNEY 
First Circuit 



Counties 


John B. 
Amos 


Charles A. 
Wade 


Ed. 
Wicke 




8,325 
4,114 
4,023 
2,228 


6,964 

2,284 

871 

1,407 


11,280 




1,777 




1,903 


Walton 


1,797 






Totals 


18,690 


11,526 


16,757 






Grand Total 






46,973 






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292 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE ATTORNEY 
Third Circuit 



Counties 


A. K. 
Black 


Wm. 
Randall 
Slaughter 




3,484 

1,012 

942 

500 

1,404 

1,435 

931 


2,065 




786 




1,283 




1,248 




1,956 




3,619 


Taylor 


2,023 




Totals 






9,708 


12,980 




Grand Total 








22,688 











STATE ATTORNEY 
Third Circuit 



Counties 


A. P. 
Buie 


Virgil L. 
Milbrath 




1,248 
1,447 
4,363 
4,802 
1,868 


1,037 




818 




3,908 




4,670 




882 




Totals 








13,729 


11,315 














25,044 













OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



293 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE ATTORNEY 
Sixth Circuit 


Counties 


Harry W. 
Fogel 


Lloyd M. 
Phillips 




1,158 
6,615 


3,815 




13,031 




Totals 








7,773 


16,846 




Grand Total.. 










24,619 












STATE ATTORNEY 
Seventh Circuit 


Counties 


Murray 
Sams 


Walter 
Shelley 




582 
2,110 
2,025 
11,519 


378 




2,889 




4,533 




7,531 




Totals 








16,236 


15,331 




Grand Total 










31,567 










STATE ATTORNEY 
Tenth Circuit 


Counties 


Gunter 
Stephenson 


Rondo C. 
Sullivan 




1,848 
2,938 
18,114 


1,131 








1,286 


Polk 






9,185 












22,900 


11,602 




Grand Total 










34,502 











294 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE ATTORNEY 
Eleventh Circuit 



County 



Dade. 



Totals 

Grand Total. 



George A. 
Brautigam 



40,349 



40,349 



Glenn C. 
Mincer 



41,206 



41,206 



George 
Nicholas 



13,755 



13,755 



101,310 



STATE ATTORNEY 
Thirteenth Circuit 



County 


E. P. 

Martin 


James M. 

(Red) 
McEwen 


J. Frank 

Umstut 




13,682 


17,708 


14,124 








Totals 


13,682 


17,708 


14,124 








Grand Total 






45,514 










STATE ATTORNEY 
Sixteenth Circuit 


County 


Hello 
Muni 
Gomez 


J. Lancelot 

Lester 




2,636 


4,401 








Totals 


2,636 


4,401 








Grand Total 




7,037 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



295 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Seventh District 


County 


James R. 
Blewett 


Harry E. 
King 


Clayton 
Logan 


Polk 


4,698 


13,234 


12,910 




Totals 








4,698 


13,234 


12,910 




Grand Total . . . 












30,842 














STATE SENATOR 
Ninth District 


Counties 


James E. 
(Nick) 
Connor 


George W. 

Scofielfl 








1,730 
1,735 


1,081 








960 




Totals 








3,465 


2,041 




Grand Total... 










5,506 













STATE SENATOR 
Eleventh District 



County 


A. G. 

McEachern 


J. W. 
Rowe 




12,204 


13,349 












12,204 


13,349 




Grand Total... 










25,553 













296 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

STATE SENATOR 
First District 



Counties 


W. D. 
(Cooter) 
Douglass 


Woodrow M 
Melvin 




4,697 
2,185 


4,119 




4,830 






Totals 


6,882 


8,949 






Grand Total 




15,831 









STATE SENATOR 
Third District 



Counties 


Thos. D. 
(Tom) 
Beasley 


H. B. 

Douglas 


E. E. 
Spencer 


Johnnie 
Wright 




858 
1,965 


3,890 
1,022 


126 
246 


605 




2,919 




Totals 






2,823 


4,912 


372 


3,524 




Grand Total 












11,631 



















STATE SENATOR 
Fifth District 






Counties 


C. H. 
Bourke 
Floyd 


Jay A. 
Shuler 


Luther C. 
Tucker 




1,135 
488 
552 


363 
502 
436 


697 




479 


Wakulla. 


1,031 




Totals 








2,175 


1,301 


2,207 




Grand Total 












5,683 















OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



297 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Thirteenth District 


County 


R. B. 
(Bunnl 
Gautier 


Perrine 
Palmer, Jr. 


Dade 


70,408 


48,185 




Totals 








70,408 


48,185 




Grand Total.... 










118,593 












STATE SENATOR 
Seventeenth District 


Counties 


C. Leroy 
Adams 


Wiley 
Grantham 




1,802 

806 

3,636 


551 




882 




1,480 




Totals 








6,244 


2,913 




Grand Total.... 










9,157 












STATE SENATOR 
Nineteenth District 


County 


Robert J. 
(Bob) 
Bishop 


Barney 
Cohen 


J. B. 

Rodgers, Jr. 




7,080 


6,865 


9.306 




Totals 








7,080 


6,865 


9,306 




Grand Total. . . 












23,251 















298 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-First District 



Counties 


J. Min 

Ayers 


W. Randolph 
Hodges 


D. P. 
McKenzie 




775 
1,005 
1,032 


828 

122 

1,373 


231 




214 




1,246 




Totals 






2,812 


2,323 


1,691 




Grand Total 










6,826 













STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Third District 



County 


J. Ed. 

Baker 


H. H. 

Hethcox 


David Lee 
Howard 




5,500 


1,924 


1,867 






Totals 


5,500 


1,924 


1,867 






Grand Total 






9,291 











OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



299 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Fifth District 


Counties 


George G. 
Tapper 


Ben C. 
Williams 


Bay 


6,585 
1,597 
1,125 
2,332 


4,623 




1,108 


Gulf 


1,177 




1,753 














Totals 


11,639 


8,658 














Grand Total 




20,297 









STATE SENATOR 
Twentv-Seventh District 



Counties 


Doyle E. 
Carlton, Jr. 


David D. 
Elliott 


J. D. 
Mitchell 


De Soto 


1,706 

367 

3,195 

2,703 


215 

49 

135 

322 


1,158 




275 




594 




2,248 




Totals 






7,971 


721 


4,265 




Grand Total 










12,957 













300 



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OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Roard) 



STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Ninth District 


Counties 


R. R. (Bob) 
Burnsed 


Edwin G. 
Fraser 




999 
1,987 


1,402 


Clay 


2,329 








Totals 


2,986 


3,731 








Grand Total... 




6,717 








STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Third District 


Counties 


Irlo 
Bronson 


W. J. 
Hendry 




384 
3,060 


1,345 




1,510 








Totals 


3,444 


2,855 








Grand Total . 




6,299 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



301 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 6, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Fifth District 



Counties 



Russell 0. 
Morrow 



Robert 

Ryan 



Palm Beach. 



18,858 



Totals 

Grand Total. 



18,858 



5,031 



5,031 



23,889 



STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Seventh District 



Counties 


Lloyd F. 
Boyle 


A. Max 
Brewer 


A. T. 
Rossetter 




2,322 
3,869 


2,804 
2,005 


1,573 






524 




Totals 






6,191 


4,809 


2,097 




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13,097 













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310 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 
PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Eighth Congressional District 



Counties 



Alachua. . . 
Baker. . . . 
Bradford.. 
Columbia. 

Dixie 

Gilchrist. . 
Hamilton . 
Lafayette . 

Levy 

Madison . . 
Nassau. . . 
Putnam.. . 
Suwannee . 
Taylor. . . . 
Union. . . . 



Totals 

Grand Total. 



Lex 


D. R. (Billy) 


Green 


Matthews 


3,918 


8,264 


1,135 


1,020 


2,518 


655 


3,187 


2,554 


1,005 


804 


516 


796 


1,056 


1,221 


712 


685 


1,730 


1,606 


1.499 


1,579 


1,923 


1,938 


1,861 


3,153 


2,297 


2,547 


1,540 


1,486 


1,082 


434 


25,979 


28,742 



54,721 



MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

First Congressional District 



Counties 


Robert S. 
Baynard 


Rene 
Bazarte 


Asher 
Frank 


D.W. 
(Dandy) 
Hudgings 


Samuel T. 
Johnson 




921 
13,376 
2,137 
9,630 


191 
7,532 

668 
4,059 


51 

2,332 

112 

950 


222 
4,811 

485 
6,706 


53 




1,619 




106 




693 






Totals 


26,064 


12,450 


3,445 


12,224 


2,471 






Grand Total 










56,654 















OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



311 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

First Congressional District 



Counties 


Mrs. J. Reed 
Ramsey 


Thelma L. 
Sheffield 




1,293 
16,032 
2,776 
8,570 


533 




8,838 




1,410 




11,221 








Totals 


28,671 


22,002 


Grand Total 


50,673 









MEN 
DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 
Second Congressional District 



Counties 


Horace C. 

Avery 


John D. 
Duncan 


Fred H. 
Kent 


Clay... 




928 
18,227 


781 
14,992 


665 


Duval 


13,558 




Totals 






19,155 


15,773 


14,223 




Grand Total 










49,151 













312 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Second Congressional District 



Counties 


Mrs. Fred T. 
Ruth A.) Nooney 


Mrs. Iris R. 
Price 


Clay 


1,527 

28,875 


829 




16,890 






Totals 


30,402 


17,719 






Grand Total 




48,121 









MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Third Congressional District 



Counties 


Jake 
Belin 


Lewis 
Petteway 


James C. 
Presley 


Henry W. 
Sanborn 


Byrd 
Sims 


Bay 


1,554 

322 
3,418 
367 
478 
1,060 
994 
858 
237 
915 
136 
1,206 
806 
177 
406 
404 


752 
126 

2,053 
136 
543 
73 
438 
421 
234 

2,116 
34 
507 
311 
179 
191 
272 


471 

68 
1,568 

59 
122 

44 
192 
249 

86 
303 

27 
726 
279 

56 
124 
142 


2,647 
113 

6,073 
200 
278 
260 
42 
735 
126 

2,140 
21 
936 
740 
123 
386 
335 


3,017 




1,232 




4,286 




453 




2,320 


Gulf 


208 




1,421 




4,064 




886 




3,360 




129 




1.572 




834 


Wakulla 


627 


Walton 


1,925 




1,207 






Totals 


13,338 


8,368 


4,516 


15,155 


27.541 






Grand Total 










68,936 















OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



313 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Third Congressional District 



Counties 


Myrt Booth 
Bevis 


Miss Beatrice 
Cawthon 


Mrs. Johnnie 
Milan 


Mrs. Bessie 
Adams Palmer 


Bay 


8,673 
1.427 
5,524 

853 
2,786 

662 
1,503 
4,601 
1,093 
4,735 

217 
2,016 
1,147 

794 
2,034 
1,224 


1,247 
148 

4,010 
176 
440 
391 

1,199 
575 
198 

1,227 
57 

1,261 
703 
149 
392 
444 


2,566 
128 

6,652 
186 
270 
274 
274 
764 
132 

2,140 
22 
954 
768 
108 
399 
301 


886 


Calhoun 


130 
1,087 




98 


Gadsden 

Gulf 


263 
177 


Holmes 


278 
406 




138 




954 




51 




563 




297 


Wakulla 

Walton 


130 

158 


Washington 


203 


Totals 


34,289 


12,617 


15,938 


5,819 






Grand Total 








68,663 













MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Fourth Congressional District 



Counties 


Robert H. 
Givens, Jr. 


Jess L. 
Turner 


J. Mark 
Wilcox 


Dade... 

Monroe . 


Totals 


29,904 
317 


37,354 
1,319 


18,041 
736 




30,221 


38,673 


18,777 




Grand Total 










87,671 













314 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Fourth Congressional District 



Counties 


Adclie Moorman 
Cutolo 


Lena 
Hamilton 


Francis 0. 
Warriner 


Mrs. Sidney 
Wentraub 


Dade 


6,582 
39 


29,189 
775 


4,042 
143 


42,495 


Monroe 


Totals 


1,347 




6,621 


29,964 


4,185 


43,842 
















84,612 















MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Fifth Congressional District 



Counties 


Frank W. 
Belcher 


J. A. (Tar) 
Boyd 


Herbert 
Goldman 


Floyd L. 
Land 


Dorsey J. 
Prescott 




1,170 
376 
162 
876 
985 

3,257 
721 

1,335 
914 
305 

5,503 


2,398 

627 

494 

5,012 

3,299 

12,341 

1,399 

2,224 

2,966 

1,197 

5,962 


60 
31 
10 

93 

673 

655 

62 

67 

64 

15 

521 


622 
224 
97 
896 
675 
1,587 
428 
545 
697 
328 
863 


120 




37 


Flagler . 


20 




144 




76 




974 




242 






82 






178 






10 




240 




Totals 






15,604 


37.919 


2,251 


6,962 


2,123 


















64,859 

















OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



315 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Fifth Congressional District 



Counties 


Sarah Crawford 
Cullen 


Mrs. George 
W. Johnson 


Mary R. 
Farrell 




1,277 

467 

149 

2,211 

1,254 

4,363 

622 

1,067 

1,231 

593 

2,259 


1,887 

496 

470 

3,759 

3,172 

11,636 

1,488 

1,852 

2,861 

970 

5,125 


1,344 




451 


Flagler 


166 




1,171 




1,176 




3,655 




725 




1,683 




1,148 




389 




6,261 






Totals 


15,493 


33,716 


18,169 






Grand Total 






67,378 











MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Sixth Congressional District 



Counties 


C. Y. 
Byrd 


Albert T. 
Sims 


Jerry 
Thomas 


A. A. (Barney) 
Poston 




6,667 
569 
927 
300 
794 
818 

2,723 
957 
509 

8,508 

2,889 


6,272 
391 
371 
69 
338 
856 

1,149 
842 
299 

5,741 

1,927 


248 

79 

75 

10 

74 

112 

256 

135 

107 

1,129 

291 


74 




20 


Collier 


22 




4 


Hendry 


14 
44 




64 




35 




23 




1,790 


St. Lucie 


88 


Totals 


25,661 


18,255 


2,516 


2,178 






Grand Total 








48,610 













316 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

.FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Sixth Congressional District 



Counties 


Mary L. 
Esarey 


Marjorie D. 

(Mrs. E. A.) 
Smith 




5,982 
321 
428 
72 
412 
927 

1,337 
835 
377 

7,376 

2,150 


7,112 




581 


Collier 


915 




327 




803 




1,862 




2,702 




1,038 




525 




8,572 




2,829 








Totals 


20,217 


27,266 












47,483 









MEN 
DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Seventh Congressional District 



Counties 


John H. 
Dewell 


Raymond 
Mattox 


J. Irvin 
Walden 


De Soto 


440 
599 
1,035 
2,047 
6,994 
1,549 


125 

178 
198 
347 
1,854 
449 


1,301 




1,669 


Highlands 




2,001 




3,663 


Polk 


13,472 




2,657 




Totals 






12,664 


3,151 


24,763 














40,578 













OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



317 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Seventh Congressional District 



Counties 


Mrs. Kate 
C. Spencer 


Mrs. C. H. 
Taylor, Jr. 


De Soto 


490 
645 
1,116 
2,156 
7,660 
1,766 


1,293 




1,908 








1,973 






3,731 


Polk 






13,729 




2,747 




Totals 








13,833 


25,381 














39,214 













MEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Eighth Congressional District 



Counties 


Philip 
Barton 


Fred M. 
Cone 




2,708 
178 
449 
803 
190 
126 
159 
89 
331 
165 
606 
832 
320 
195 
106 


6,567 




1,367 




1,695 




3,251 




699 




770 




1,319 




964 




2,084 




2,275 




2,039 




3.257 




3,040 


Taylor 


1,576 




802 






Totals 


7,257 


31,705 










38,962 









318 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

WOMEN 

DELEGATES NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

Eighth Congressional District 



Counties 



Mrs. Edwin 
H. Andrews 



Myrtie C. 
Brown 



Alachua. . . 
Baker. . . . 
Bradford . 
Columbia . 

Dixie 

Gilchrist . . 
Hamilton . 
Lafayette . 

Levy 

Madison . . 
Nassau. . . 
Putnam. . . 
Suwannee . 
Taylor. . . . 
Union. . . . 



6,606 
1,345 
1,616 
3,167 

692 

739 
1,285 

928 
2,092 
2,227 
1,984 
3,243 
2,951 
1,551 

761 



Totals. 



31,187 



Grand Total. 



2,544 
248 
466 

1,025 
202 
125 
189 
96 
324 
189 
613 
797 
378 
200 
141 



7,537 



38,724 



STATE ATTORNEY 
First Judicial Circuit 



Counties 


John B. 
Amos 


Ed. 
Wicke 




11,723 
4,944 
4,235 
3,037 


15,434 




3,435 




2,206 


Walton 


2,876 








Totals 


23,939* 


23,951* 








Grand Total. . 




47,890 









•These returns now in the courts — not final. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



319 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 

STATE ATTORNEY 
Eleventh Judicial Circuit 



County 


George A. 
Brautigam 


Glenn C. 
Mincer 


Dade 


70,434 


45,370 






Totals 


70,434 


45,370 






Grand Total 




115,804 









STATE ATTORNEY 
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 



County 


James M. 
(Red) McEwen 


J. Frank 
Umstot 




26,317 


19,532 








Totals 


26,317 


19,532 








Grand Total. 




45,849 









STATE SENATOR 
Third Senatorial District 



Counties 


H. B. 

Douglas 


Johnnie 
Wright 




4,567 
2,212 


1,033 


Walton . 


3,940 




Totals . . 








6,779 


4,973 














11,752 













320 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Fifth Senatorial District 


Counties 


C. H. Bourke 
Floyd 


Luther C. 
Tucker 




1,256 

768 
965 


889 




662 


Wakulla 


1,022 




Totals 








2,989 


2,573 




Grand Total 










5,562 










STATE SENATOR 
Seventh Senatorial District 


County 


Harry E. 
King 


Clayton 
Lopan 


Polk 


17,813 


13,593 




Totals 








17,813 


13,593 




Grand Total 










31,406 














STATE SENATOR 
Nineteenth Senatorial District 








County 


Robert J. 
(Bob) Bishop 


J. B. 

Rodgers. Jr. 




11,190 


11,730 




Totals 








11,190 


11,730 




Grand Total 










22,920 











OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



321 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

DEMOCRATIC — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-First Senatorial District 



Counties 


J. Min 
Ayers 


W 


Randolph 
Hodges 




S61 
1,045 
1.334 




914 




286 




2,066 












3,240 




3,266 




Orand Total 












6,506 











STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Seventh Senatorial District 



Counties 


Lloyd F. 
Boyle 


A. Max 
Brewer 




3,058 

4,011 


3,469 




2,520 








7,069 


5,989 










13,058 









322 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN 

PRIMARIES, MAY 27, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 

REPUBLICAN — SECOND PRIMARY 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Returns 
from Official Canvassing Board) 



GOVERNOR 



COUNTIES 


Bert 

Leigh 
Acker 


Harry S. 

Swan 


COUNTIES 


Bert 
Leigh 
Acker 


Harry S. 
Swan 




29 


33 




61 
5 


26 






13 


Bay 


6 

1 

50 

296 


1 

8 

71 

638 

1 

3 

7 
2 




1 










Brevard 


Madison 

Manatee 


2 
38 
16 
3 
2 
1 






118 




5 


Charlotte 


8 
4 
11 

2 


Martin 


7 
6 


Clay 






Collier 














Dade 

DeSoto 


2,095 
8 


2,225 
1 


Orange 


298 
12 

221 

36 

1,654 

126 
21 
29 
26 


429 
30 






362 




222 


290 


Pasco 


60 




4,466 




3 
1 
1 
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5,995 


10,217 


61 








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324 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA SPECIAL 
PRIMARY ELECTION, OCTOBER 14, 1952 

TABULATED BY COUNTIES 



STATE SENATOR 
17th Senatorial District 



Counties 


J. Graham 
Black 


Joseph C. 
Jacobs 




1,260 

579 

1,498 


530 




370 




1,764 




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2,664 




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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

REGISTERED VOTERS 

GENERAL ELECTION 1952 



325 



COUNTIES 



Alachua. . . . 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford . . 
Brevard ... 
Broward 
Calhoun .... 
Charlotte. . . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 
Columbia . 

Dade 

DeSoto. ... 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia . . 

Flagler 

Franklin 
Gadsden 
Gilchrist . 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands . 
Hillsborough 
Holmes ... 
Indian River 
Jackson .... 

Jefferson 

Lafayette. . . 
Lake 



Democrat 


Republican 


Other 


21,675 


1,072 


46 


2,735 


6 


1 


18,547 


536 


94 


4,400 


130 


20 


13,523 


1,207 


43 


37,709 


6,537 


295 


4,085 


6 




2,784 


147 


3 


3,983 


69 


4 


5,806 


271 


25 


3.016 


71 




8,463 


32 


8 


256,223 


30,358 


1,505 


1,641 


33 




2,430 


4 




121,720 


6,030 


769 


46,522 


614 


107 


1,277 


15 


1 


2,981 


19 


3 


5,707 


33 


47 


1,679 


8 




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32 


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3,325 


35 


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107 


13 


2,572 


39 


6 


3,501 


95 




7,692 


298 


11 


84,610 


5,559 


325 


6,481 


38 


7 


5,002 


484 


24 


15,768 


215 


17 


2,879 


26 




2,058 


2 




17,708 


1,405 





COUNTIES 



Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 
Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa. . . 
Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam. . . . 
St. Johns . . 
St. Lucie . 
Santa Rosa 
Sarasota . . . 
Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla... 

Walton 

Washington 



Total 

Grand Total . 



Democrat 



13,260 

22,622 

4,633 

1,632 

4,691 

15,893 

17,844 

4,554 

12,098 

6,213 

10,822 

2,244 

43,998 

7,940 

48,649 

12,019 

66,267 

46,129 

9,830 

12,837 

9,568 

9,546 

11,338 

11,213 

5,430 

8,214 

4,914 

2,050 

36,500 

2,429 

9,030 

7,356 



Republican 



1,032 

462 

72 

8 

11 

1,592 

547 

84 

457 

31 

210 

9 

6,984 

467 

5,911 

699 

29,297 

3,091 

515 

647 

619 

78 

4,509 

572 

34 

79 

45 

10 

3,021 

18 

118 

30 



Other 



123 
53 

131 

141 

27 

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250 

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17 

32 

54 



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348 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SCATTERING VOTES 

In addition to the votes tabulated on the reverse page the 
following received the number of votes opposite their names 
for the office indicated: 

President and Vice President (Democrat): Stewart Hamlin 
(1); Stuart Harblein (5); S. Hamlen (19); Estes Kefauver (6) 
Kefauver (2); Darlington Hopes (1); Charlotte Bass (52) 
Vincent Hallinan (89); Richard Barker (1); Stevenson (1) 
Charles H. Wolf (1); Douglas MacArthur (41); Edgar Way- 
bright (1); Richard B. Russell (13); Russell (1); Franklin 
Roosevelt (1); Theodore Roosevelt (1); Jimmy Byrnes (1); 
Burns (1); Enoch Haltkick (1); D. D. Eisenhower (1); E. A. 
Hatbrick (14); Senator Herbert Holdridge (1); Seals Akin 
(5); Akin (1); G. Selas (1); John J. Sparkman (1); Richard 
M. Nixon (1); Harry F. Byrd (2); Senator Byrd (1); E. A. 
Holdwick (3); Earl W. Warren (1); Teeney (1); Vincent (1); 
Douglas Edwards (1); Betty Furness (1); Fielding Wright 
(1); Harry S. Truman (1); Claude Pepper (2); Eric Hass (4); 
Harriman (1); Ellen Lena Johnson (2); Sheriff Hunter (1); 
Stewart Howlin (1); Sam Friendman (1); Jack Finney (1); 
Robert Taft (1); Snell (1); Weshaw (1); Jimmy Sullivan (1); 
Rubin Clien (1); Robert Russell (1); Earl Warren (2); E. 
Merg (1); Henry Wallace (1); Jack Lenney (1); Steve Early 
(1); Sparkman (1); E. Morey (2); Wanna Wells (1); Spessard 
Holland (1); Philip Wylie (1)— Total (310). 

President and Vice President (Republican): Robert A. Taft 
(1); Robert Taft (6); Douglas MacArthur (19); Vincent Halli- 
nan (3); Charlotte Bass (3); Hass (1); Richard B. Russell (1); 
Stewart Hamden (2); Joe McCarthy (2); G. Seals Aiken (1); 
Daniel Murphy (1); Lyman Gould (1)— Total (41). 

United States Senator: Claude Pepper (260); John P. Booth 
(655); J. Hardin Peterson (3); Stetson Kennedy (2); C. W. 
Collins (1); Scott Bishop (1); Harry Chafetz (1); John Larson 
(1); Alex Grandon (1); Stewart Hamlen (1); Wallace Sturgis 
(1); Richard Barker (1); Kolby (1); Vernon McDaniels (1); 
Mrs. A. G. Coang (1); Smathers (1); Robert H. Booker (1); 
Vernon McDaniel (1); John Smith (1); M. Vernon (1); James 
A. Prother (2); Timothy C. Higgins (2); Jene Barnharr (1); 
Exteen Corbett (1); Bert Evatt (1); J. Willard (1); Kent Mc- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 349 

Kinley (1); Ira W. Partin (1); Willard Clemons (1); Ralph 
Ricards (1); M. W. Dokes (1); Clayton Logan (3); J. Franks 
(1); Ludd Spivey (1); Dick Williams (1); Hagan Parrish (1) 
Jerry Brown (1); Senator Cleghorn (1); D. C. Laird (1) 
Richard Nixon (1); Brailey Odham (1); Howard E. Smith (1) 
Willis Ball (1); C. P. Seldon (1); Major Hoople (1); Clyde 
Hasty (1); Harvey Lopez (1); Ollie P. Edmunds (1); Frank 
Jordan (1); Alex Ackerman (1); J. Brailey Odham (1); John 
Cullum (1); Dan McCarty (1); James Z. Nichols (1)— Total 
(1,135). 

Representative In Congress — Second District: Tom Watson 
(2); Dick Barker (1); Laney (1); N. S. Floyd (2); V. G. Hutch- 
inson (1); George H. Howard (1)— Total (7). 

Representative In Congress — Third District: Claude Pepper 
(1); Harry Ryder (1); Glenn Summers (1); Carl Gray (1) — 
Total (4). 

Representative In Congress — Fourth District: John K. Lowe 
(1); John Henry Stevens (1); Claude Pepper (2)— Total (4). 

Representative In Congress — Fifth District: E. Dow (1) 
Harry Johnson (1); Joe Hendricks (3); W. C. White (1) 
Robert A. Taft (1); Buddy Baskin (1); Brailey Odham (1) 
M. J. Moss (1); Murray Overstreet (1); Boyd Jones (1); J. 
Willard (1); N. Ray Carroll (2); Mrs. Ellzy (1); Verle Pope 
(1); Moses A. Singleton (1); Joe Moses (1); Vernon Slough 
(1)— Total (20). 

Representative In Congress — Seventh District: Frank Mc- 
Laughlin (1)— Total (1). 

Representative In Congress — Eighth District: Lex Green (13); 
Joe Harrison (1); Guy Andrews (2); Ralph Crosly (1) — Total 
(17). 

Governor: Brailey Odham (18); B. Odham (3); Odham (1); 
Vincent Hallian (1); Claude Pepper (4); Esau Jump (1); Alto 
Adams (2); Carl Jackson (1); John W. Rockley (1); John W. 
Beckling (1); Ben M. Potts (1); Russell Morrow (1); Ray 
Clements (1); Edna Pearce (1); Tom Hatcher (1); Bill Hendrix 
(1); Russell (1); Dunham (2); Mark Wilcox (1); Allen Court- 
ney (1)— Total (46). 

Secretary of State: John N. McNath (1); Edwin Nelson 
Burke (1); Jerry Laykoller (1); J. P. Pelham (1); Dickey Gil- 
bert (1); Harold Parr (1); Fuller Warren (1); Harvey Lopez 



350 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

(1)— Total (8). 

Attorney General: Jack Carlton (1); Edgar Waybright Sr. 
(1); Kenneth Shaver (1); Carl Sirkin (1); Sonney Flowers 
(1); J. C. Kincaid (1); Claude Pepper (1); George W. Jackson 
(1)— Total (8). 

Comptroller: O. M. Anderson (1); Sam Teague, Jr. (1); 
Arthur Newell (1)— Total (3). 

State Treasurer: Harry Higgins (1); Frank Wotitzky (1); 
Ethel Lepowsky (1); K. Griner (1); George Dandelake (1); 
Ammond McClellan (1); Robert Walker (1)— Total (7). 

State Superintendent of Public Institution: Raymond Van 
Dusen (2); Sam Moores (1); Joe Shomiker (1); Mode L. Stone 
(1); Colin English (2); Don Allen (1); James B. Fleek (1); 
Rondo Sullivan (1); Ed Wykoff (1); George Anton (2); Hal- 
stead Manucy (2)— Total (15). 

Commissioner of Agriculture: W. C. Gerard (1); David 
Couverton (1); Dick Simpson (3); James Smith (1); John 
Smith (1); W. W. Seckinger (1); Harold Jones (1); Thomas 
Mullins (1); Ben Whitner (1); H. M. Riley (1); Carl Brown 
(1); Robert Smithers (2)— Total (15). 

Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner: Adrian McCalla 
(1); D. J. Sharon (1); J. B. Heath (1); Gordon Rout (1); John 
Smith (1); Alfonso Veterane (1); Roy Harrison (1) — Total 
(7). 

Justice Supreme Court — Group 1: Tom Watson (3); Walt 
Williams (1); Robert King High (1); Shaw Forest (1); Shaefetz 
(4); Vincent Giblin (38); Alto Adams (1); Harris Drew (21); 
Elwin Thomas (1); A. O. Kanner (1); Edward Hogue (1); 
Thomas Everhard (1); Stanley Milledge (3); George John 
Miller (1); Edmund D. Sigmund (1); Lee B. Lorgie (1); Bar- 
nard Marcus (1); Wallace Ruff (1); George Holt (1); Fritz- 
gordon (1); Mat Slepin (1); James Buckley (2); Harold Turk 
(1); Robert Anderson (1); Wisehart (1); Henry G. Simonite 
(1); H. E. Edward Wood (1); Will Preston (1); Robert M. 
Tedlock (1); Catchings Therrell (1); Ben Sheppard (1); Paul 
A. Cross (1); Jane A. Lavery (1); Russell Rasco (1); Lucius 
Purvis (1); Walter Fletcher (1); Gibson (1); Vincent Giblin 
(7); Halley Lewis (1); H. H. Beck (1); H. C. Hawn (1); A. O. 
Kanner (1); Claude Pepper (1); Frank M. Harris (1); Clark 
W. Jennings (1); Lewis Wayman (1); J. Tom Watson (6); Paul 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 351 

Leytham (1); Vincent Givlin (4); Raleigh Petteway (1); Joe 
Sears (1); Roy Amidon (1); Julian Calhoun (1); J. T. Watson 
(1)— Total (131). 

Justice of the Supreme Court — Group 2: Vincent Giblin 
(10); Halley B. Lewis (2); R. G. Golden (1); Lucius Cushman 
(1); Alto Adams (1); Ray Faircloth (1); Henry Brown (1); 
Joe Hall (1); Paul G. Rogers (1); Pago (1); Tom Watson (3); 
Judge Wehle (1); Ben Keretzmon (1); Halley Lewis (1); 
Amos Lewis (1)— Total (26). 

Justice of the Supreme Court — Group 3: J. I. Betting (1); 
Joe Ellis (1); Keth Block (1); R. L. Redfern (1); Burnet Roth 
(1); Halley B. Lewis (3); W. W. Wheeler (1); John E. Doe (1); 
Mary Lou Baker (1); Henry C. Hamilton (1); H. Kramer (1); 
Fuller Warren (1); Holloman Bass (1); John E. Coe (1); Vin- 
cent Giblin (1)— Total (18). 

Circuit Judge Seventh Judicial Circuit: P. B. Huff (3); J. V. 
Walton (1); Frederick S. Jaeger (1)— Total (5). 

Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial Circuit: James Day (1) — Total 

(1). 
Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Group 1: E. B. 

Leatherman (1); William E. Byers (1); Samuel Rano (1); Dyer 
(1)— Total (4). 

Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Group 2: Vincent 
Giblin (1); Lucius Cushman (1); Alto Adams (1); Ray Fair- 
cloth (1); Fritz Gordon (2); J. Morris (1); Conveyor Howell 
(1); Soben (1); F. A. Katzine (1); Alto Adams (1); Edward 
Bordman (1)— Total (12). 

Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Group 3: Keith 
Block (1); R. L. Redfern (1); Burnet Roth (1); Earl Walden 
(1)— Total (4). 

Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Group 4: David 
M. Thompson (1); Fritzgordon (5); M. M. Cox (1); John Lar- 
son (1); Rubin Clien (1)— Total (9). 

State Attorney First Judicial Circuit: John B. Amos (19) — 
Total (19). 

State Attorney Third Judicial Circuit: A. K. Black (14); J. 
Min Ayres (1)— Total (15). 

State Attorney Fourth Judicial Circuit: Frank Cannon (1) 
—Total (1). 



352 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

State Attorney Fifth Judicial Circuit: Milbrath (1); J. W. 
Hunter (2)— Total (3). 

State Attorney Seventh Judicial Circuit: Walter Shelly (2); 
Walter Shelley (12); George Jackson (1)— Total (15). 

State Attorney Eighth Judicial Circuit: Erie L. Griff is (1); 
Tom Jones (1); J. C. Adkins (1)— Total (3). 

State Attorney Ninth Judicial Circuit: George W. Scofield 
(2); D. H. Browning (1); Willard Clemons (1); Phil Kelly (1); 
Ellis Davie (1)— Total (6). 

State Attorney Tenth Judicial Circuit: Walter Woolfolk (4) ; 
F. Stanley Jr. (1); Wallace Shafer (1); William K. Love (1); 
B. G. Langston (1); R. Phillip Haddock (1)— Total (9). 

State Attorney Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Glen C. Mincer 
(1)— Total (1). 

State Attorney Thirteenth Judicial Circuit: James R. (Red) 
McEwen (1)— Total (1). 

State Senator— First District: Cooter Douglas (11)— Total 
(11). 

State Senator— Fifth District: Luther Tucker (5)— Total 
(5). 

State Senator — Seventh District: Clayton Logan (40); 
Claude Pepper (1); Paul Ritter (1); Harden Peterson (1) — 
Total (43). 

State Senator— Ninth District: George W. Scofield (2) — 
Total (2). 

State Senator — Nineteenth District: Judge Adams (1) — 
Total (1). 

State Senator— Twenty-First District: J. Min Ayres (20) — 
Total (20). 

State Senator— Twenty-Ninth District: R. R. Burnsed (1) 
—Total (1). 

State Senator— Thirty-First District: Walter B. Fraser (2); 
Buster Roberson (1); Robert Duncan (1) — Total (4). 

State Senator— Thirty-Third District: W. J. Hendry (13); 
Glenn Ray (1); John Pugh (1); J. B. Henry (1); George R. 
Sprinkle (1)— Total (17). 

State Senator— Thirty-Seventh District: Max Brewer (10); 
Roberts (1); Douglas Stenstrom (2); E. P. Copeland (1); Rol- 
land Dean (1); Edwin Shonholser (1); Gordon Frederick (1) 
—Total (17). 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 353 

NOTARIES PUBLIC 

State at Large 

(With Date of Commission) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Aaron, Abner M., 625 N.E. 124th St., North Miami 7-31-51 

Aaron, F. E., 2515 N.W. 34th St., Miami 1-9-52 

Abbondandolo, Renzo 3033 Coral Way, Miami 7-11-52 

Abbott, Kathryne B., 2014 Dennis St., Jacksonville 10-16-51 

Abbott, N. S., Rt. 4, Box 49, Jacksonville 3-14-52 

Abbott, R. A., 60 E. Pine St., Orlando 5-22-52 

Abbott, Sylvia M., 506 S. Westland, Tampa 6-9-52 

Abbott, Thelma, 1346 MacArthur St., Jacksonville 7-16-52 

Abbott, William L., Bayou Vista Hotel, Pensacola 12-30-52 

Abdelnour, Hedury, 621 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-20-52 

Abercrombie, Elizabeth, 711 Perry Ave., E. Pensacola Hts., 

Pensacola 9-17-51 

Abernathy, J. F., 1505 Florida Ave., Tampa 8-20-51 

Abess, Allan T., Jr., 46 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-7-52 

Able, Jewelle, P.O. Box 1709, Pensacola 7-9-52 

Ablon, Harry, 1531 W. 22nd St., Sunset Island 4, 

Miami Beach 12-22-52 

Abraham, Seymour J., 1530 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 7-3-51 

Abrams, Ida, St. Johns Apts., Jacksonville 10-13-51 

Abrams, Israel, Suite 234, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-11-52 

Abrams, Maynard, Box 640, Hollywood 3-19-51 

Abreu, Reinaldo, 3205 Pine St., Tampa 8-17-52 

Achor, John W., 1005 Langford Bldg., Miami 10-16-52 

Acker, Bert L., Jr., 114 S. Orange St., Ocala 5-15-52 

Acker, Mary Lynn, Box 27, Pensacola 11-3-52 

Ackerly, Ruth E., P.O. Box 457, Hialeah 4-4-51 

Ackerman, Esther F., 1921 Coral Gate Dr., Miami ...12-22-51 

Ackerman, Phyllis W., 3271 N.W. 18th St., Miami 9-10-52 

Acree, C. W., 121 E. Reynolds St., Plant City 5-5-52 

Acton, R. M., Jr., 1400 E. Hernandez, Pensacola 6-10-52 

Adamitz, Ernest H., 706 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand 8-4-52 

Adams, Anna May, 945 S.W. 72nd Ave., Miami 7-17-52 

Adams, Archer J., Jr., 246 S. Federal Highway, 

Delray Beach 12-12-52 

Adams, B. W., W. Garden St., Pensacola 2-14-52 

Adams, Charles B., P.O. Box 551, Ft. Pierce 2-7-52 

Adams, Clifton R., 1321 N. "O" St., Pensacola 1-12-52 

Adams, Dorothy, 415 N. Adams St., Apt. T, Tallahassee 4-6-51 

Adams, Dorothy B., 2814 Angeles St., Tampa 3-13-52 

Adams, Dorothy P., Box 206, Hialeah 9-24-52 

Adams, Edwin L., 9 Audusson Ave., Warrington 2-4-52 

Adams, Ella A., Box 454, Boynton Beach 4-30-52 

Adams, Elliott, 423 Atlantic National Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 5-10-52 

Adams, Geo. F., 1410 20th St., Miami Beach 7-28-52 

Adams, Geo. P., Greenacres City 10-28-52 

Adams, H. Ben, 146 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach 9-20-51 

Adams, Harold R., 27 S. Osceola Ave., Clearwater 1-19-52 

Adams, Helen, Rt. 2, Box 78, DeLand 12-2-52 

Adams, Howard S., Box 122, Gainesville 9-5-52 



354 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Adams, Ima Y., 30 E. 4th St., Jacksonville 7-31-51 

Adams, Jewell, 617 S.E. 12th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale 11-28-51 

Adams, Joe, Box 669, Plant City 11-24-52 

Adams, Joel S., Jr., 3415 W. Mobile Highway, Pensacola 11-30-51 

Adams, John H., P.O. Box 1125, Delray Beach 3-24-52 

Adams, John R., Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-20-51 

Adams, Leonard C, Sr., 1844 Thacker Ave., Jacksonville 10-18-51 

Adams, Lewis J., Box 5472, Tampa 12-12-52 

Adams, Lucile J., 11 Cummer Arcade, Sarasota 3-3-52 

Adams, Mary M., Rt. 5, Box 452, Pensacola 12-10-51 

Adams, May E., 1838 S.W. 4th St., Miami 2-19-51 

Adams, Olga R., 115 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 7-31-51 

Adams, Otis H., 1250 N.W. 58th St., Miami 4-10-51 

Adams, Richard B., 507 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-12-51 

Adams, Roy J., P.O. Box 337, Tampa 8-24-51 

Adams, Velma, First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-8-52 

Adams, Vera L., 748 N.W. 44th St., Miami 1-24-52 

Adams, Virgie P., Box 98, Alachua 10-30-52 

Adcock, Frank E., 805 Ninth St. N., St. Petersburg 8-13-51 

Adcock, Robert P., P.O. Box 1269. Orlando 6-13-51 

Addison, Ruth S., 114 S. Trask, Tampa 10-16-52 

Adeeb, Fred, 3200 Kings Ave., Jacksonville 10-30-51 

Adelmann, Georges M., P.O. Box 994, Jacksonville 4-25-52 

Adelman, Jerome R., 1930 S.W. 23 Terrace, Miami 2-9-51 

Adderhold, R. L., 1500 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 4-24-52 

Adelson, Sol, 316 V 2 Franklin St., Tampa 1-17-52 

Ader, Marshall H., No. 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1-31-52 

Adie, Marie M., 7220 Clinton St., Jacksonville 9-16-52 

Adkins, Catherine. Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville. .10-22-51 

Adkinson, J. H., 32 E. Gregory, Pensacola 10-12-52 

Adler, Jessica O., 411 V 2 Poinsettia Rd., Daytona Beach 2-25-51 

Admire, Jack G., 7506 S.W. 55th Ave., South Miami 10-4-51 

Admire, Mae, 38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville 5-12-52 

AfTron, Charles, 1995 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach 7-17-51 

Africa, Kay, 220 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-52 

Agathen, E.W., 220 N.E. 10th St., Miami 10-2-52 

Ager, Drez, 390 N.E. 71st St., Miami 4-29-52 

Agerton, W.H., 911 W. Jefferson St., Quincy 8-17-51 

Agnew, Robert H., 902 2nd St. N., Jacksonville Beach 10-30-52 

Agronow, Benjamin, 406 Calumet Bldg., Miami 3-17-52 

Aguet, Julie E., 340 N.W. 62nd Court, Miami 9-4-52 

Aguilar, Pedro, 1212 Duval St., Key West 2-26-51 

Aguirre, Thomas, 1514 V 2 Eighth Ave., Tampa 3-6-52 

Ahern, Fred L., Box 284, Jacksonville Beach 6-13-51 

Ahern, Robert T., Collins-Hollis Motors, Main and Fletcher 

Sts.. Sarasota 3-23-51 

Ahl, Martin V., 5200 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-7-52 

Ahrenholz, Les T., 804 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 9-29-52 

Aide, George, 1522 Charlotte St., Orlando 10-31-51 

Aikin, G. L., 1345 N.E. 133rd St., North Miami 11-5-51 

Airth, H. K., 114 E. Gonzalez St., Pensacola 9-7-51 

Aitken, Dean B., Box 556, Winter Garden 6-26-52 

Akerley. Ruth E., 331 Conniston Rd., West Palm Beach 6-30-51 

Akin, Frank D., 331 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-14-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 355 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Akin, George S., 212 N. Highland Ave., Winter Garden 11-15-51 

Albano, Jennie L., 3102 18th St., Tampa 1-8-52 

Albano, Nathan P., 1408 Tampa St., Tampa 3-9-51 

Albaugh, Justin J., 508 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 5-2-52 

Alber, Arthur M., 916 25th Ave., Tampa 10-31-51 

Albers, Clara T., 220 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 5-10-51 

Albert, Najlie C, 436 N.W. 20th Ave., Miami 5-1-52 

Albritton, C. E., 1427 Florida Ave., Tampa 11-7-51 

Albritton, George S., 1425 Mulberry Dr., Tampa 1-29-52 

Albury, Bonnie Watkins, 1023 Grinnell St., Key West 4-7-52 

Albury, Hilary U., Box 844, Key West 7-7-52 

Albury, John W., 1028 N.W. 29th Ter., Miami 9-8-52 

Albury, M. Floriette, 730 Southard St., Key West 11-17-52 

Albury, P- S., 601 First National Bank Bldg., Miami 6-9-52 

Alderman, C. A., P.O. Box 2369, Jacksonville 2-3-52 

Alderman, Julia M., 1236 N.W. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-10-52 

Alderman, William I., 4402 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 1-24-51 

Aldous, Melba N., P.O. Box 5068, Daytona Beach 7-26-51 

Aldridge, Daisy, 1476 S.W. 3rd St., Miami.... 2-20-51 

Aldridge, Delmas E., 1241 S. Miami Rd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-29-52 

Aldridge, Dora Maud, 1426 West 11th St., Panama City 5-2-52 

Alexander, Charles E., 630 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 8-5-52 

Alexander, David, 1139 N.E. 10th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-28-52 

Alexander, G. D., Beach Casino Bldg., Ft. Pierce 7-14-51 

Alexander, J. T., 1012 Florida Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-14-51 

Alexander, Kathleen, Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa 4-16-52 

Alexander, Leon W., 1203 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 4-3-51 

Alexander, Levi W., 1338 Ellis Rd., Jacksonville 12-18-51 

Alexander, Raymond B., P.O. Box 4351, Miami 4-30-51 

Alexander, T. F., 1807 Watrous Ave., Tampa 10-15-51 

Alexander, Thomas, P.O. Box 1531, Tampa 3-13-52 

Alfonso, Joaquin, 1603 15th Ave., Tampa 6-13-52 

Alford, B. D., P.O. Box 318, Ponce de Leon 2-14-52 

Alford, Flora, Bonifay 4-23-52 

Alford, L. E., Greyhound Bldg., Tampa 6-11-51 

Alford, O.F., P.O. Box 13, Bunnell 9-7-51 

Alford, W. P., Bonifay 2-12-52 

Alford, Willard, 4004 N. Poinsettia St., West Palm Beach 9-27-51 

Aliberti, Samuel F., 107 W. Moreno St., Pensacola 1-25-51 

Alicea, Efrain, 2998 S.W. 16 Terrace, Miami 11-3-52 

Allan, Arlene, P.O. Box 637, Pompano Beach 3-2-51 

Allan, C. H., 116 N.E. 17th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-19-52 

Allard, Marie, 5507 Taliaferro St., Tampa 10-17-52 

Allbritton, Owen S., Ill, Bank of Clearwater Bldg., 

Clearwater 7-31-52 

Allen, Abner A., Jr., 2356 N.W. 61st St., Miami 11-26-52 

Allen, Anne E., 815 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 8-31-51 

Allen, Charles E., Jr., P.O. Box 2, Brooksville 12-19-51 

Allen, Charles F., 870 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 9-19-51 

Allen, Dewey D., Inglis 10-1-51 

Allen, Edna S., 1777 N.W. 55th Terrace, Miami 2-11-52 

Allen, Elizabeth S., Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa at Lafayette 

Sts., Tampa 8-8-51 

Allen, Ellen S., Ill S.W. 3rd Ave., Gainesville 11-17-52 



356 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Allen 



Ellsworth B., P.O. Box 3387, Jacksonville 10-30-51 



Allen, Eloise Goza, 1360 Orange Ave., Belleair 8-2-51 

Allen, Erwin, 2960 N.W. 15th St., Miami 11-17-52 

Allen, Ethel, 904 Seagle Bldg., Gainesville 12-20-52 

Allen, Frances H., 331 E. 8th St., Jacksonville 1-28-52 

Allen, Frank S., Box 52, Gibsonton 12-6-52 

Allen, Glenn R., Biscayne Bldg., Miami 3-24-52 

Allen, George W., Lords Arcade, Sarasota 11-26-52 

Allen, Hazel P., 100 W. Jefferson St., Orlando 5-14-51 

Allen, H. D., Live Oak 1-24-52 

Allen, H. E., 9717 S. McArthur Court, Jacksonville 8-1-52 

Allen, Howard C, P.O. Box 3826, Orlando 2-13-52 

Allen, J. Edward, 1309 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 5-29-51 

Allen, Josephine R., 515 N.E. 3rd St., Ft. Meade 10-2-52 

Allen, Jos. F., 912 N.E. Second Ave., Gainesville 7-12-51 

Allen, J. G., 3404 W. Belmont St., Pensacola 3-6-52 

Allen, Joseph B., Jr., Box 770, Key West 9-8-52 

Allen, Katherine, Box 585, Tarpon Springs 1-19-51 

Allen, Lillian D., 719 S.E. 2nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale 7-26-51 

Allen, Lillian H., State Welfare Dept., Tampa 5-16-52 

Allen, Louise V., 106 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables 4-9-51 

Allen, Lucille, 203 1st St., West Palm Beach 7-30-51 

Allen, Lutie M., 701 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 10-18-52 

Allen, Madge, 4826 Phillips Highway, Jacksonville 10-17-52 

Allen, Madge S., P.O. Box 415, Tallahassee 10-19-51 

Allen, Margaret M., 737 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 9-30-52 

Allen, Maude M., P.O. Box 1167, Pensacola 1-18-52 

Allen, Pace A., 207 S. Adams St., Tallahassee 12-30-52 

Allen, R. B., 114 Delaware Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-10-52 

Allen, Rose, Box 54, Chiefland 12-4-52 

Allen, Rose, P.O. Box 2350, Tampa 10-11-52 

Allen, Sidney T., 9801 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 4-23-51 

Allen, Vera Patterson, 2344 S. West Flagler St., Miami 8-13-52 

Allen, Virginia, Box 329, Jacksonville 11-20-52 

Alley, R. P., Box 2126, Dania 8-30-51 

Alligood, J. A., 308 16th St., Port St. Joe 2-11-52 

Allis, J. S. H., Ill N. Eustis St., Eustis 7-16-51 

Allison, R. M., 4301 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-6-52 

Allshire, Richard More, 425 27th St., West Palm Beach 4-29-51 

Allsopp, Richard H., Box 1205, Lakeland 12-1-52 

Allsopp, W. V., 1160 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville 8-12-51 

Allsworth, E. L., Jr., Radio Center Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 8-8-52 

Alonso, Lucille Wiley, 2922 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach 4-25-52 

Alsabrooks, Beulah E., P.O. Box 95, Dade City 2-19-51 

Alsina, Laota N., 2054 Dellwood Dr., Tallahassee 8-5-52 

Alsobrook, Marion H., 907 Kolb St., Leesburg 3-24-52 

Alsdorf. Kenneth, 577 E. 31st St., Hialeah 3-3-52 

Alter, Edwin H., 2511 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 4-9-52 

Altes, Harvey C, 220 S. Coates St., Daytona Beach 6-21-51 

Altman, Albert J., Rt. 1, Box 28-B, Gainesville 5-12-51 

Altman, J. B., County Court House, Tampa 6-12-52 

Altman, M. V., 731 Central Ave., Sarasota 5-16-52 

Altschul, Hilda, 3035 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami 12-26-51 

Altschuler, Marcia, 37 N. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater 1-2-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 357 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Alvarez, Estella, Box 4148, Tampa 7-25-51 

Alvarez, Helen, 2525 Chestnut St., Tampa 10-23-52 

Alvarez, Mariano M., P.O. Box 95, Tampa 6-7-51 

Alvarez, Mary B., 1414 S. Moody Ave., Tampa 2-28-52 

Alvarez, Mina E., Silver Springs 4-10-51 

Alvarez, Paul J., 4314 Barcelona St., Tampa 5-16-52 

Alvaroe, Leona, 130 S. Palmway, Lake Worth 8-28-51 

Ameise, Sadie M., Box 145, Interlachen 3-25-52 

Ames, Elizabeth G., 119 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 9-21-51 

Ames, H. S., 509 N. Barcelona, Pensacola 10-25-52 

Ames, Mervyn L., 514 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-19-52 

Ammann, Paul H., 1132 Oak St., West Palm Beach 1-22-52 

Ammann, Regina, 410 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-24-52 

Ammerman, Louise Cruit, 215 Townley Bldg., 14 N.E. 1st 

Ave., Miami 6-19-52 

Ammon, Charles L., Box 868, Melbourne 6-1-51 

Amos, H. O, 901 Orange Ave., Winter Park 9-17-51 

Amos, O. K., P.O. Box 8968, Tampa 7-9-51 

Amundsen, Mell H., 1913 Chamberlin St., Orlando 2-26-52 

Anapu, Hazel B., 2600 S. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale.. ..10-29-51 

Ancell, Evelyn V., P.O. Box 163, Princeton 12-20-51 

Ancin, Rita M., P.O. Box 1539, Ft. Lauderdale 7-5-51 

Anders, H. G., 621 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 10-9-52 

Andersen, Elsie B., 705 41st St., West Palm Beach 3-7-52 

Andersen, Vera, 104 Bryant Bldg., Lakeland 7-25-52 

Anderson, A. E. J., P.O. Box 4002, Jacksonville 5-4-52 

Anderson, Agnes A., 1604 E. Brainard St., Pensacola 3-18-51 

Anderson, Carl L., 300 S.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-13-51 

Anderson, Charles G., 923 Sorento Rd., Jacksonville 10-17-52 

Anderson, Charles L., P.O. Box 607, Haines City 4-14-52 

Anderson, Chas. M., 321 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach 2-6-51 

Anderson, C. M., 130 E. Government St., Pensacola 8-21-52 

Anderson, E. Van, Box 276, Inverness 12-29-52 

Anderson, Everett E., Beach Road, Titusville 7-13-51 

Anderson, Florence O, Suite 909, Olympia Bldg., Miami 7-12-52 

Anderson, Frances R., 1420 Tampa St., Tampa 9-22-51 

Anderson, George H., Monticello 7-2-51 

Anderson, H. C, P.O. Box 850, Naples 4-9-51 

Anderson, James E., Box 404, Palmetto 4-21-52 

Anderson, Jas. F., 854 S. Shores Rd., Jacksonville 2-18-52 

Anderson, J. Coker, 202 Huntington Bldg., Miami 10-20-51 

Anderson, Jeannette, 315 S. Delaware Ave., Tampa 4-2-52 

Anderson, John L., Box 328, Mulberry 1-20-51 

Anderson, John S., 867 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-24-52 

Anderson, Joseph R., Box 652, Fort Walton 6-30-52 

Anderson, Juanita, Box 174, Green Cove Springs 8-4-52 

Anderson, J. V., Florida A. & M. College, Tallahassee 9-10-51 

Anderson, Kathryn S., Box 1237, Tallahassee 9-4-51 

Anderson, Kenneth E., 3114 N.E. Sunrise Blvd., 

Ft. Lauderdale 12-29-52 

Anderson, Louise M., 717 Rockland Dr., West Palm Beach.. ..5-10-51 

Anderson, M. Barbara, 7000 N. Main St., Jacksonville 7-2-52 

Anderson, Madeline S., Gateway Theatre Bldg., 

Ft. Lauderdale 3-31-52 



358 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Give?i 

Anderson, M. B., 152 E. Hickory Ave., Crestview 2-19-51 

Anderson, M. L., P.O. Box 939, St. Petersburg 5-9-52 

Anderson, Nancy K., 424 N.E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-13-52 

Anderson, Naomi K, Rt. 4, Box 687, Sarasota 5-26-52 

Anderson, Phillip D., 711 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach.... 10-15-51 

Anderson, Robert, The Bank of Hollywood, Hollywood 3-8-52 

Anderson, Ruth J., P.O. Box 65, North Miami 2-13-52 

Anderson, Sam P., Box 185, Chattahoochee 6-5-52 

Anderson, Theresa R., 1754 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville. ...10-4-52 

Anderson, W. E., Box 85, Lady Lake 11-30-51 

Anderson, W. T., Box 909, Palm Beach 5-27-52 

Andreu, Muriel, 133 Oveida St., St. Augustine 5-14-52 

Andrews, Alma, 135 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 12-6-51 

Andrews, A. N., 506 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland 6-8-52 

Andrews, Blanche M., 2140 N.W. 23rd St., Miami 11-2-51 

Andrews, Bonnie L., Box 392, Homestead 8-20-51 

Andrews, C. F., P.O. Box 4640, Jacksonville 7-10-51 

Andrews, E. C, Box 87, Florida A. & M. College, Tallahassee. ...5-22-52 

Andrews, F. L., Box 4167, Jacksonville 6-11-52 

Andrews, Helen C, 628 Florida Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg. ..7-20-51 

Andrews, James, 1159 Gulf to Bay Blvd., Clearwater 7-3-51 

Andrews, Jeanne E., 546 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-12-51 

Andrews, Mary Lou, 5885 S.W. 46th Terrace, Miami 12-29-52 

Andrews, Ruby M., P.O. Box 56, Clearwater 11-16-51 

Andrews, S. A., 140 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 10-8-51 

Andrews, Ted, 2413 North A St., Pensacola 1-15-51 

Andrews, W. G., 1999 N.W. 47th St., Miami 10-25-51 

Andriakos, Chris, 1242 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-29-51 

Andriesse, Arnold N., Eglin Air Force Base, Florida 11-5-52 

Anes, Fritz, Box 613, Daytona Beach 12-20-51 

Angel, Geneve B., Rt. 2, Iowa Court, Hollywood 10-22-51 

Angel, R. T., Box 275, Gainesville 8-9-52 

Angelotti, Edward J., 238 N.E. 58th Terrace, Miami 8-11-51 

Anger, Dorothy R., P.O. Box 506, Punta Gorda 9-9-51 

Anklam, Harold W., 800 S.E. 16th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 1-24-51 

Ankney, M. I., Box 664, Orlando 10-1-52 

Anno, Ruby F., 4024 Myra St., Jacksonville 1-7-52 

Ansbacher, Morris, Rm. 9, 317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville... .12-1-52 

Anselmo, Mildred E., 525 N.W. 128th St., Miami 5-12-52 

Ansley, John H., Jr., Route 5, Box 696 A, Pensacola 4-24-52 

Anstine, Elizabeth, 8975 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami 5-12-52 

Anton, Paul B., 541 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-3-52 

Antonacci, L. P., 3783 S.W. 27th St., Miami 12-15-52 

Antonacci, Paul, c/o Fairlawn Motor Sales, 701 S.W. 8th St., 

Miami 6-4-51 

Apeland, Andrew H., 844 Harrison St., Hollywood 9-15-52 

Apple, Marvin D., 2105 S.W. 7th St., Miami 7-13-51 

Applebaum, Bernard B.. 2503 N.W. 37th St., Miami 2-21-52 

Appleby, E. A., 5442 Sharon Terrace, Jacksonville 5-15-52 

Appleby, William H., 521 V 2 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. .12-22-52 
Applegate, Frederic T., 152 44th Ave., Belle Vista Beach, 

St. Petersburg 4-11-51 

Applegate, Lulu, Box 423, North Miami 10-12-51 

Apt, Jeanne D., P.O. Box 152, North Miami Beach 1-29-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 359 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Aquilina, Thomas M., 4498 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-6-52 

Arango, A. J., 203 W. Osborne Ave., Tampa 6-1-51 

Arbogast, C. B., P.O. Box 605, Stuart 12-17-51 

Archer, Neeva R., 3231 S.W. 58th Court, Miami 12-4-52 

Archibald, Frankie, P.O. Box 28, Center Hill 4-30-51 

Archibald, J. M., Jr., Box 131, Center Hill 12-11-52 

Archibald, W. M. ( 221 Main St., Jacksonville 2-12-51 

Arcuri, Edw. L., 1042 Trinidad Ave., Ft. Pierce 1-30-52 

Arden, Robert B., 5137 3rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-3-52 

Ardisana, Manuel, 907 26th Ave., Tampa 3-22-52 

Arduengo, Mercedes, 2610 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 6-7-51 

Arenas, Rita G., 1016 15th Ave., Tampa 9-10-51 

Argo, Catherine C, 325 Palmetto Dr., Miami Springs 9-25-52 

Arick, C. R. ( 436 Howell Ave., Brooksville 2-22-52 

Arlott, Hazile P., P.O. Box 306, Sarasota 12-20-51 

Armengol, Alfred, 1105 El Rado St., Coral Gables 7-16-52 

Armfield, Fern B., 2243 S.W. 9th St., Miami 7-21-52 

Armstrong, R. M., P.O. Box 350, Jacksonville 12-21-51 

Armour, James M., 2219 N. 17th Ave., Pensacola 12-5-51 

Armstrong, Alma, 1773 River Road, Apt. 4, Jacksonville 7-23-51 

Armstrong, Angus H., P.O. Box 155, Madison 9-14-51 

Armstrong, Byrdee, 108-110 Rutledge St., Madison 8-2-52 

Armstrong, Clare F., c/o Herschel O. Moats. Atty.-at-Law, 

Orlando 3-17-52 

Armstrong, Emma M., c/o Law Office P. B. Huff, Palatka 1-26-51 

Armstrong, Grace W.. 3318 Main St., Jacksonville 4-29-51 

Armstrong, Lillian Belle, c/o Co. Supt. Office, Ft. Myers 10-31-51 

Armstrong, Vivian C, 603 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 2-11-52 

Arnaz, Connie, 91 Glenroyal Parkway, Miami 6-18-52 

Arnold, A. S., P.O. Box 1140, West Palm Beach 1-15-51 

Arnold, Marjorie, The Inn, Ponte Vedra Beach 11-6-52 

Arnold, W. W., 211 North Main St., Orlando 9-12-52 

Arnold, Frederick B., 106 E. University Ave., Gainesville 5-26-52 

Arnold, Genevieve, 4751 S.W. 5th St., Miami 3-3-52 

Arnold, John L., 517 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 11-10-52 

Arnold, J. M., 628 Florence St., Jacksonville 4-23-52 

Arnold, Kitty, Cherokee Hotel Lobby, Tallahassee 11-5-52 

Arnold, L. E., P.O. Box 30M, Ruskin 11-29-51 

Arnold, Lillian, P.O. Box 25, North Miami 11-28-51 

Arnold, Mary Ann, 1711 V 2 N. Mills St., Orlando 11-30-51 

Arnold, Myra M., P.O. Box 549, Tallahassee 5-17-51 

Arnold, Phyllis, 348 10th St., Lake Wales 12-30-52 

Arnold, Willard R., 1523 Mulberry Ave., Panama City 5-23-52 

Arnone. Lillian M., 3040 S.W. Red Rd., Miami 10-10-52 

Arnow, Hortense Clare, Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville... .11-13-51 

Arnow, Ruth, 433 E. Second St., Jacksonville 6-8-52 

Aronoff, Ruth, 2027 S.W. 6th St., Miami 4-9-51 

Aronovitz, Jack, 2183 S.W. First St., Miami 4-11-51 

Arrants. Beatrice E., 611 Fairfax Dr., West Palm Beach 8-30-51 

Arrebola, Manuel J., 23 McAllister Arcade, Miami 5-7-51 

Arries. D. E., 415 Tampa St., Tampa 3-27-51 

Arrington. C. Fred, Havana 7-7-52 

Arlington, Cortez, Brooker 9-28-51 

Arrington, R. H., P.O. Box 2007, Orlando 9-29-51 



3C0 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Arrowsmith, Jane, 804 6th St., Miami Beach 5-30-51 

Arsenault, Maurice, 25 N.W. 35th St., Miami 7-18-51 

Arthur, Edward L., 406 N. Morgan St., Tampa 12-30-52 

Arthur, L. R., 1922 Perry Place, Jacksonville 10-4-51 

Arthur, Phyllis H., 240 N.E. 17th St., Miami 2-7-51 

Asbury, J. S., 222 Twenty-ninth St., Miami Beach 6-12-51 

Ascher, Laura, 7657 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 10-1-51 

Ascherl, Linda, 113 King St., St. Augustine 7-16-51 

Ascherl, Polly, P.O. Box 1563, Daytona Beach 5-7-51 

Ash, Lewis L., 1195 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach 10-28-52 

Ashburn, Paul M., 8990 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 10-24-52 

Ashcom, J. D., Jr., 4528 Headley St., Jacksonville 11-20-51 

Ashcroft, Miriam B., 2114 W. Dellview Dr., Tallahassee 3-26-52 

Asher, Donald L., 469 N. Orange, Orlando 4-4-52 

Ashkenazy, S., 630 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-6-52 

Ashley, Catherine, 200 S.E. Avenue E, Belle Glade 6-14-51 

Ashman, Don A., 260 Park Ave., Palm Beach 6-6-52 

Ashmore, J. R., Box 415, Eustis 6-29-51 

Ashmore, R. R., Jr., 509 W. Brevard St., Tallahassee 8-13-51 

Ashmore, Sidney L., 104 Jefferson St., Tampa 10-5-51 

Askew, William F., 3008 Lydia St., Jacksonville 3-28-51 

Aspey, Donald T., Box 52, Belle Glade 11-30-51 

Astrachan, Sophie, 1261 S.W. 8th St., Miami 1-25-52 

Atchison, Callie W., 438 N. 7th St., Haines City 3-2-52 

Atchley, Fielding T., 5543 Lakewood Circle, Jacksonville 4-17-51 

Atha, Virginia L., 21 Allen Rd., Miami Barden Estates, 

Hollywood 11-5-51 

Athalis, Charlotte M., 1000 N.W. 39th Ave.. Miami 9-15-52 

Athon, Virginia, 4756 Yerkes St., Jacksonville 6-25-51 

Atkins, B. L., P.O. Box 85, Miami Beach 4-17-51 

Atkins, Claude W., 204 N.E. 79th St., Miami 7-3-52 

Atkins, L. R., Box 103, Miami Beach 12-29-52 

Atkins, N. Henry, P.O. Box 1709, Ft. Myers 1-21-52 

Atkinson, Arthur A., Pacific Bldg., Miami 3-26-51 

Atkinson, Betty B., 1110 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-18-51 

Atkinson, Hayward V., c/o Fla. State Improvement 

Commission, Tallahassee 8-3-51 

Attanasio, Jerome G., Box 184, Plant City 12-23-52 

Atter, Loraine, 505 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-12-52 

Atwell, Clyde, Box 276, St. Andrew 11-26-51 

Atwell, Dovie, Route 2, Box 98, Pensacola 7-26-51 

Atwood, Claire, 1950 S.W. 5th St., Miami 3-19-52 

Atwood, Dee, 3403 Anderson Rd., Coral Gables 3-29-52 

Atwood, Dorothy L., 612 Congress Bldg., Miami 11-21-51 

Aughinbaugh, O. P., 4297 S.W. 8th St., Miami 11-8-51 

Augustine, F. K., 681 N.W. 71st St., Miami 4-20-51 

Ault, Ernest D., P.O. Box 382, Leesburg 6-28-51 

Ault, H. Francis, Box 382, Leesburg 11-4-52 

Aultman, Betty, c/o Commercial Bank. Panama City 12-20-51 

Austin, Bonnie B., 427 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables 4-28-51 

Austin, Joye, Pensacola Loan & Savings, Box 625, Pensacola.... 11-3-52 

Austin, Richard B., 100 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 12-2-52 

Austin, Robert P.. 12 W. Vanderbilt, Orlando 9-8-52 

Austrian, Doris C, 2416 N.W. 79th St., Miami 6-14-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 361 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Auvil, Gene H., Box 650, Dade City 7-17-51 

Avant, C. A., 330 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 5-20-51 

Avchin, Rowena R., P.O. Box 4277, Jacksonville 5-11-51 

Avena, Richard V., Arundel Corp., Box 931, Miami 6-6-52 

Averill, Marie C, 708 Oak Ave., Haines City 1-31-52 

Avery, Helen S., P.O. Box 29, West Palm Beach 11-8-51 

Avery, W. H., Box 128, Jacksonville Beach 3-10-52 

Avey, Helen, 1012 E. Emma St., Tampa 10-17-52 

Avon, Randolph Scott, 1133 Placetas Ave., Coral Gables 5-28-52 

Ayer, Marie, 1635 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 9-29-52 

Ayers, Ed L., State Plant Board, Gainesville 10-18-52 

Ayers, Ella Belle, 1775 N.E. 2nd Ave., Apt. 15, Miami 4-12-51 

Ayers. Eloise, Box 92, Naples 4-30-51 

Ayers, Leora E., 254 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 3-14-52 

Ayers, Ruth. Variety Children's Hospital, 6125 S.W. 31st St., 

Miami 4-18-51 

Ayling, Theodore L., Sarasota Medical Clinic, Sarasota 7-3-52 

Aymard, L. L., 117 N. Palafox, Pensacola 7-17-51 

Ayres, Meta Mae, 202 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 3-24-52 

Azar, Jeannette, c/o Sears-Roebuck, 532 W. Forsyth St., 

Jacksonville 7-20-51 

Baarslag, Mary G., 480 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-12-52 

Babb, Mary F., c/o Municipal Hospital, Port St. Joe 2-5-51 

Babcock, Helena M., Box 2146, Colee Hammock Station, 

Ft. Lauderdale 12-16-52 

Bach, Katherine K., c/o The Coral Gables First National 

Bank, Coral Gables 11-7-51 

Bachant, Florence, 201 Whitethorn Dr., Miami Springs 3-24-52 

Bachman, John S., Jr., 908 Tampa Theater Bldg., Tampa 4-30-51 

Backe, John W., 415 Oakwood Ave., New Smyrna Beach 5-14-51 

Backers, H., 601 N.W. 36th St., Miami 4-3-52 

Backmann, Edna, 530 N.W. 130th St., Miami 5-10-51 

Backstatter, Pauline, Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach 7-5-51 

Backus, Hazel R., 2510 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 11-12-52 

Bacon, Betty, 835 S.W. 7th St., El Rancho Apts. No. 6, 

Miami 2-11-52 

Bacon. Marcia L., 1786 N.W. 47th St., Miami 7-14-52 

Bader, Lois E., 1883 N.E. 22nd Place, Miami 7-18-52 

Baechle, Paul C, Live Oak 6-8-51 

Baer, Hannah, 508 Olivia St., Key West 6-18-51 

Baer, M. G., 3209 Azeele St., Tampa 2-9-51 

Bagby, Virginia, Box 5117, Tampa 7-25-52 

Baggett, Dorothy S., Box 401, Titusville... 10-14-52 

Bageant, May Belle, Box 5003. South Jacksonville 2-13-51 

Baggett, Robert O, 33 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 11-22-51 

Bagley, J. Paul, 906 Cornelius Ave., Tampa 10-20-52 

Bagrosky, G. E., 419 Lake Ave., Lake Worth 2-21-52 

Baguley, C. H., Box 3696, Daytona Beach 3-6-52 

Bagwell, W. S., Rt. 5, Box 85-D, Tallahassee 5-29-52 

Bahn, Carlton C, 1599 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-14-52 

Bahneman, Walter H., 936 38th St., West Palm Beach 10-17-51 

Bailey, B. J., Rt. 3, Panama City 5-5-52 

Bailey, C. A., P.O. Box 216, Belle Glade 7-1-51 

Bailey, Charles P., 629 S. Campbell St., Daytona Beach 3-1-51 

Bailey, Francis P., Jr., Sanibel 10-30-52 

Bailey, Henry H., 1300 N.W. 53rd St., Miami 6-28-51 



362 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bailey, Irma, P.O. Box 3469, Orlando 6-4-51 

Bailey, Janet, P.O. Box 73, Panama City Beach 2-7-51 

Bailey, Mildred, Box 1296, Ft. Lauderdale 1-2-52 

Bailey, O. R., Murdock 11-28-52 

Bailey, Paul L., 760 N.W. 13th Court, Miami 2-11-52 

Bailey, Stanley M., 1060 95th St., Miami Beach 11-3-51 

Bailey, Wm. R., Box 162, Winter Park 12-17-52 

Bailey, William W., 228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-4-51 

Baine, Colene Ayers, 738 Jenks Ave., Panama City 1-2-51 

Bainer, Geraldine O., 300 N.W. 40th Court, Miami 9-28-51 

Baird, Ethel, 2128 N. Dixie, West Palm Beach 4-28-52 

Band, Gertrude M., 1903 Gerda Terrace, Orlando 1-25-52 

Baird, Jean, 111 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 4-18-52 

Baird, R. L., 330 N. Orange St., Orlando 8-23-52 

Baird. Willidee C, 1502 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami. .10-25-52 

Baker, Ann, Box K-18, Holly Hill 4-3-52 

Baker, Bonne, Palmetto 12-22-51 

Baker, E. A., 119 Florence Dr., Marianna 4-16-52 

Baker, E. F., 8138 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-18-51 

Baker, Elizabeth, 2106 Harrison St., Orlando 5-5-52 

Baker. F. O., 646 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 5-4-52 

Baker, Gladys LeBaron. Box 2935, St. Petersburg 9-5-51 

Baker, George H., 101 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 9-22-52 

Baker, Hazel C, 417 Cadugua Ave., Coral Gables 12-11-52 

Baker, Helen, 913 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-28-51 

Baker, Helen M., Box 761, Ormond Beach 9-18-52 

Baker, Henry C, Hotel Roosevelt, Jacksonville 3-27-51 

Baker, Jack, 6623 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-5-51 

Baker, J. E., Jr.. P.O. Box 51. Gainesville 4-21-51 

Baker, John S., 37 E. Anderson Ave., Ft. Myers 3-8-51 

Baker, L. H., P.O. Box 1708, Pensacola 12-29-51 

Baker, Lee H., 211 S.W. 28th Rd„ Miami 1-28-52 

Baker, Lucille J., 1431 Haven Dr., Orlando 4-3-52 

Baker, Maye Boyd, Rt. 1, Box 111, Lutz 10-18-51 

Baker, Mildred L., 3721 N.W. 20th St., Miami 2-9-51 

Baker, Mildred T., Box 516, New Port Richey 2-26-52 

Baker, O. E., 123 V 2 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 12-17-51 

Baker, Rosemary Y., 1921 S.W. 11th St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-51 

Baker, S. E., 769 N.W. 18th St., Miami 5-7-51 

Baker, Samuel J., Ruskin 10-3-51 

Baker, Wanda L., 311 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 6-18-51 

Baker, W. E., 727 E. University, Gainesville 12-3-52 

Baker, Wm. P., Box 297, Pompano Beach 6-11-51 

Baker, Wilson L., 2121 W. Hillsborough. Tampa 12-8-52 

Baldoni, Beulah M., Box 186, Islamorada 8-20-52 

Balboni, Lillian A., 309 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 8-15-52 

Balbontin, Gloria A., 811 S. Howard Ave., Tampa 4-24-52 

Baldwin, C. Jackson, 220 Seybold Bldg., Miami 4-16-51 

Baldwin, Emily, 2033 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 6-18-52 

Baldwin, Louise N., P.O. Box 226, Ocala 10-18-51 

Bales, Irene P., Drawer 957, DeLand 2-28-52 

Balfour, Grover S., 6824 Main St., Jacksonville 11-13-51 

Ball, Hazel R., 216 Cedar St., Neptune Beach 9-3-51 

Ball, Irene M., c/o General Casualty Co., Graham Bldg., 
Jacksonville 10-23-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 363 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ball, Josephine Y., 565 Bunker's Cove Road, Panama City. .5-14-51 

Ball, Lawrence H., 1801 Tampa St., Tampa 3-17-52 

Ball, W. M., II, 315 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-9-52 

Ball, Winifred E., P.O. Box 223, Miami Springs 5-7-51 

Ballah, Emma Mae, 2020 1st St. N., St. Petersburg 1-30-52 

Ballard, Geraldine, P.O. Box 574, DeFuniak Springs 8-1-51 

Ballard. Ruby R., 310 W. Henry Ave., Tampa 9-19-52 

Ballenger, J. L., Box 1175, Jacksonville 6-11-51 

Balsam, Maurice R., 6445 S.W. 24th St., Miami 6-2-51 

Bamberg, Chandler S., Box 384, Jasper 10-6-52 

Bamburg, Ruth H., 221 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah 8-25-52 

Bamond, Milka, 418 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 4-13-51 

Bandler, Mrs. M. S., 2517 Andros Ave., Miami 11-29-52 

Bandy, Gladys, 1018 duPont Bldg., Miami 6-21-52 

Bandy. Mrs. W. J., 2707 14th St., Bradenton 6-21-51 

Banks, Adrian C, 601 Santurce Ave., Coral Gables 2-7-51 

Banta, William C, 150 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine 2-4-52 

Barabe, Joseph A., 1159 N.W. 24th St., Miami 9-6-51 

Barabe, Lauretta L., 916 A. I. duPont Bldg., Miami 9-8-52 

Barakat, Irma Rosa, 1165 N.W. 5th St., Miami 11-5-51 

Barbee, Anna Lee, 1800 Olivia St., Jacksonville 12-10-52 

Barber, Mrs. Blaine B., 115 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand 10-24-52 

Barber. C, 1443 Main St., Jacksonville 4-3-51 

Barber, Gerald L., 306 Oak St., Auburndale 6-25-51 

Barber, Lilla W., Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 3-15-51 

Barber, Marjorie, 1232 S. Howard Ave., Tampa 7-28-52 

Barber, R. O, c/o J. W. Goode Co., Cleveland Ave., Ft. Myers..6-5-52 

Barber, Stephen C, Pheil Theatre, St. Petersburg 7-11-51 

Barber, W. H., P.O. Box 222, Dade City 1-7-51 

Barber, W. Lee, 4310 S.W. 2nd St.. Miami 5-16-51 

Barber, Wilburn G., Jr., P.O. Box 948, Lakeland, Fla 8-6-51 

Barbour, Genevra B., 3015 Broadway, West Palm Beach 9-29-52 

Barbree. Bernice B., 2387 N.W. 54th St., Miami 10-8-52 

Barcalow, M. Valerie, Rt. 2, Box 4-B, West Palm Beach 9-8-52 

Barcena, Constance, 816 Congress Bldg., Miami 8-4-52 

Barch, Audrey C, Rt. 3, Box 99, Ft. Lauderdale 10-11-51 

Barco. Carroll S., 1715 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 7-9-51 

Bard, Betty, 6924 Bay Drive, Miami Beach 6-29-51 

Barefield, Lorene, 205 Sloss Ave., DeFuniak Springs 2-21-51 

Barfield, Bruce L., Okeechobee 9-24-52 

Barfield, Eunice, Box 768, Ft. Myers 10-27-52 

Barfield, William D.. 1325 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 6-2-51 

Bargteil. Ralph. 2486 S.W. 16th St., Miami 1-28-52 

Barish, Ruth, 427 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables 1-11-52 

Barkdull, Tom, 2973 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 9-20-51 

Barke, Hazel G., 521 10th St.. Port St. Joe 9-8-52 

Barker, Ben P., c/o Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 3-12-52 

Barker, Berthalyn F., 4548 Post St., Jacksonville 1-8-52 

Barker, Felbert F., P.O. Box 266, Edgewater 9-20-51 

Barker, Geraldine F., Box 128, Pensacola 12-5-52 

Barker, G. L., 1027 Lexington, Lakeland 6-19-52 

Barker, James W., Jr., 2880 61st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-26-51 

Barker, Kathleen F., 940 Main St., Jacksonville * 10-2-52 

Barker, Madeline H., Star Route 3, Cuba Cabins, 
Panama City 11-27-51 



364 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Barker, Virginia Tinsley, 623 W. Yale Ave., Orlando 11-5-51 

Barkin, Lucille S., Box 4661, Miami 7-13-51 

Barkley, A. W., Box 422, Maitland 8-13-52 

Barkley, Ida Belle, 941 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-13-52 

Barkley, Kathryn, 11028 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 6-5-52 

Barlow, A. M., Box 126, Wildwood 12-15-52 

Barks, Margaret M., 201 N. "P" St., Pensacola 9-13-52 

Barlow, Mary E., 603 Jackson St., Tampa 6-25-52 

Barnard, H. R., 121 N. 7th St., Ft. Pierce 2-13-52 

Barnard, Joseph L., 709 Broadway, Daytona Beach 7-16-51 

Barnes, Mrs. A. J., Box 1177, Ft. Lauderdale 9-23-52 

Barnes, Allie R., P.O. Box 223, Lake Wales 2-18-52 

Barnes, Basil R., P.O. Box 1455, Pensacola 1-22-52 

Barnes, Curry A., 4218 Obispo St., Tampa 9-11-52 

Barnes, Dorothy W., c/o Smoak. Davis & Nixon, Graham 

Bldg., Jacksonville 4-2-51 

Barnes, Edna Earle, General Delivery, St. Andrew 6-25-51 

Barnes, Emma O., Rt. 3, Box 107, Madison 4-5-52 

Barnes, Evelyn, 116 6th St. N., St. Petersburg 11-25-52 

Barnes, J. A., 130 N.E. 1st St., Miami 9-8-52 

Barnes, Jane S., 1609 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 3-26-51 

Barnes, Leila, P.O. Box 1200, Tampa 12-5-51 

Barnes, Mrs. M. H.. 10430 N.W. 32nd Ct., Miami 12-7-51 

Barnes, Margaret, P.O. Box 527, Kissimmee 2-9-52 

Barnes, Margaret E., Box 1165, Plant City 12-13-52 

Barnes, Marie, P.O. Box 2054, Tampa 1-2-51 

Barnes, Marjorie, Box 868, Tallahassee 8-4-51 

Barnes, Myra J., 440 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 9-2-52 

Barnes, Poyner, P.O. Box 792, Tallahassee 4-3-52 

Barnes, Roy Otis, Box 194, St. Augustine 10-2-52 

Barnes, S. H., Rt. 11, Box 62, Jacksonville 10-3-52 

Barnes, Sidney C, 3293 N.W. 7th St., Miami 10-23-51 

Barnes, William N., Box 2124. Ft. Lauderdale 8-13-52 

Barnes, W. Kenneth, Box 443, Dade City 11-5-52 

Barnett, A., 1180 N.W. 36th St., Miami 6-4-51 

Barnett, Dolora A.. 409 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand 1-22-51 

Bennett, Lola O., 2921 Bird Ave., Miami 2-28-52 

Barnett, Mary Frank, P.O. Box 293, Quincy 8-15-51 

Barnett, Robert, Box 2323, West Palm Beach 3-4-52 

Barnhill, Philip C, 1002 Congress Bldg., Miami 10-9-52 

Barns, Margaret H., c/o First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn., 

St. Petersburg 8-8-52 

Barnum. Celeste F., 232 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 2-4-52 

Barnwell, H. W., II, 1309 N.W. 65th Terrace. Miami 10-23-51 

Barnwell, Rosella, 912 N.E. 17th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 5-31-51 

Baro, Alice S., 271 N.W. 64th Ave., Miami 10-20-52 

Baron, Louis, 1367 S.W. 19th St., Miami 9-7-51 

Barr, Vivian Gilliland, 2306 Parental Home Rd., Jacksonville.. .5-9-51 

Barr, W. W., P.O. Box 132, Pensacola 2-14-51 

Barrett, Cecil W., Box 480, Live Oak 1-21-52 

Barrett, Dorothy S., 525 W. Madison St., Lake City 11-8-51 

Barrett, Frank M.. 642 77th Ave., St. Petersburg Beach 10-27-52 

Barrett, Irene S., P.O. Box 765, Daytona Beach 3-5-51 

Barrett, John W., 2007 Flagler Ave., Key West 10-16-52 

Barrett, Margaret, 303 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 2-12-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 365 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Barrett, Margaret A., 813 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach. ..7-9-52 
Barrett, Norman L., c/o Colman & Colman, Biscayne Bldg., 

Miami 11-10-52 

Barrett, Pearl, 816 V 2 S. 15th St., Ft. Pierce 10-26-51 

Barrett, William E., 17 W. Union St., Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Barrineau, Dorothy A., 2019 N. 16th Ave., Pensacola 2-21-52 

Barrington, Julia S., RFD No. 1, Box 154, Palatka 4-9-51 

Barrios, F. C, Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 9-20-52 

Barrios, Francis C, Jr., 1405 First National Bank Bldg., 

Miami 11-27-52 

Barrish, Esther, 2018 Hayes St., Hollywood 11-29-52 

Barron, Miriam, 390 Palm Ave., Hialeah 8-1-51 

Barron, Norman M., 390 Palm Ave., Hialeah 9-4-51 

Barrow, Mary F., 105 Cove Blvd. S., Panama City 1-21-52 

Barrs, Abigail, Room 101 Court House, Jacksonville..- 12-17-52 

Barrs, Albert E., 1506 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 2-21-52 

Barry, Charlotte C, P.O. Box 1387, Pensacola 11-13-51 

Barry, Frances M., Box 853, Starke 4-15-52 

Barry, Louise M., 511 N.E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-28-52 

Barry, Mildred, P.O. Box 612, Ft. Lauderdale 4-3-52 

Barry, Mildred S., 4909 Hillcrest Ave., Jacksonville 6-7-51 

Barry, Minnie, 1905 N. 13th Ave., Pensacola 3-4-52 

Bartels, Grace R., 130 Fourth Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-9-51 

Bartels, Walter E., Rt. 4, Box 936, Ft. Lauderdale 11-8-51 

Barth, Edith M., Box 307, Gulfbreeze Hotel, Venice.. 10-13-52 

Bartholf, J. F., 3902 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville 10-17-51 

Bartholf, J. L., Jr., 602 Willowbranch Ave., Jacksonville 3-29-51 

Bartholomew, Henry S., 207 Central Ave., Sarasota 3-1-52 

Bartlett, Doris, 301 First Federal Bldg., Miami 9-19-51 

Bartlett, Dorothy P., 821 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-7-51 

Bartlett, Effie, 3195 S.W. 22nd Terrace, Miami 2-23-51 

Bartlett, Florine H., P.O. Box 55, Zellwood... 1-28-52 

Bartlett, Loretto, 126 Avenue C N.E., Winter Haven 1-15-51 

Bartlett, Matilou, 2240 S.W. 32nd Ave., Miami..... 1-18-51 

Bartlett, Ralph E., Jr., P.O. Box 1631, Miami 7-6-52 

Bartlett, William H., Box 608, Ocala 6-26-52 

Bartold, George S., 300 S.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-6-52 

Barton, C. T., P.O. Box 2730, Jacksonville 11-6-51 

Barton, David Judson, 90 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.. 8-13-51 

Barton, Donald K., 534 E. Waldmere Ave., Sarasota 8-15-52 

Barton, J. T., Box 1111, Lake Worth 11-1-52 

Barton, Philip, 14 E. University Ave., Gainesville 5-2-51 

Bartron, Edna N., 145 Valencia Dr., Dunedin 1-22-51 

Barwick, Elnora G., 1011 N. Mills St., Orlando 8-20-52 

Barwick, James L., 60 N.W. 6th St., Miami 6-2-52 

Barwick, Robert L., Rt. 59, Box 188 F, Orlando 8-20-52 

Basford, Wm. T., 4619 Prunty Ave., Jacksonville 9-13-51 

Bashor, George, 2984 Green St., Jacksonville 8-4-52 

Basila, Gloria M., 170 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 2-1-51 

Baskin, H. H., Jr., Box 690, Clearwater 7-2-51 

Baskin, M. B., 102 S.W. 31st Ct., Miami...... 12-11-52 

Bass, Juanita, 5110 23rd Ave. S., Gulf port Sta., 

St. Petersburg 12-17-52 

Bass, Margaret D., Box 45, Marianna 9-29-52 

Bass, M. H., Box 153, Munson 4-4-51 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bass, Mary R., 824 duPont Bldg., Miami 6-19-52 

Bass, Tobe A., Florida Highway Patrol, Panama City 12-12-51 

Bass, Treva M., 201 N. Krome Ave., Homestead 8-10-51 

Bass, Warren A., 820 4th St., West Palm Beach 4-2-51 

Bassett, C. L., Box 68, Tavares 6-16-51 

Bassett, Clinton, Route 1, Quincy 12-20-52 

Bassett, Flossie L., Box 127, Floral City 2-3-52 

Bassett, Joan E., 812 N.E. 17th Way, Ft. Lauderdale 4-21-52 

Baswell, Preston L., 246 W. Garden St., Pensacola 10-15-52 

Batchelor, Eloise O., 210 N. Franklin Blvd., Tallahassee 9-20-51 

Bateman, C. F., Box 463, Gainesville 1-16-52 

Bateman, John A., c/o Krieger, Inc., Box 297, 

Pompano Beach 1-19-51 

Bateman, R. E., P.O. Box 637, Pompano Beach 5-30-51 

Bates, Beatrice L., Sheriff's Office, Ft. Lauderdale 3-17-52 

Bates, C. E., P.O. Box 9013, Tampa, Fla 3-13-52 

Bates, G. W., 1120 Jackson Blvd., Clearwater 12-5-51 

Bates, Horace G., Box 197, Gainesville 1-7-52 

Bates, J. P., P.O. Box 941, Sanford 9-5-51 

Bates, J. W., 505 S.W. 11th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-25-51 

Bates, Jean, 4030 N. Miami Ave., Miami 10-14-51 

Bates, Mrs. John A., 116 W. 19th St., Jacksonville 7-2-52 

Bates, Lou Ina, 647 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-10-51 

Bates, Paul A., Casselberry 6-16-51 

Batsford, Edward T., 203 S.E. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 8-18-52 

Batt, Murray, 1556 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 6-21-51 

Battisti, Annelie C, 2319 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 10-15-51 

Battle, Romilda S., 345 Robert Whitney Hotel, Bradenton 4-6-51 

Battle, Rosemary. Box 4082, Miami 1-19-52 

Batts, James C. 2820 Florida Ave., Tampa 10-20-52 

Baucom, Barbara Garside, 1507 E. Knollwood St., Tampa 3-2-51 

Baucom, Margaret, 750 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-22-52 

Bauer, Harry, 228 Ridgewood Rd., Sebring 7-21-52 

Bauer, Mary Jane, 1030 71st St., Miami Beach 11-10-52 

Bauer, Wm. J., P.O. Box 707, Delray Beach 4-11-51 

Bauermeister, V. O., c/o Lee County Terminal Corp., 

Ft. Myers 7-7-52 

Baughman, E. C. 66th Ave. and Haines Rd., St. Petersburg. .11-21-52 
Baughn, Louise, c/o The Richardson Agency, Brent Bldg., 

Pensacola 3-28-52 

Baukat, Henry West, P.O. Box 623, Venice 6-21-51 

Baul, Louise McElroy, 1833 Louisiana St., Jacksonville 11-17-51 

Baum, Ida M., Box 2095, Hollywood 6-25-51 

Baum, M. Earl, Rms. 15-16 Anthony Arcade Bldg., Coconut 

Grove Sta., Miami 2-12-52 

Baumann, Charles J., 935 Selkirk St., West Palm Beach 8-28-52 

Baumann, Evelyn, Box 246, Clearwater 9-1-52 

Baumgardner, C. V., 1375 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-2-52 

Baumgardner, J. R., 566 N.E. 73rd St., Miami 7-26-51 

Baumgardner, Mrs W. H., 808 Woodward Ave., Orlando 12-4-52 

Baxley, Evelyn, Chipley 7-29-52 

Baxley, Lona Pearl, c/o Home & Rhodes, S. Monroe St., 

Tallahassee 12-31-52 

Baxley, Nolie, 1792 N.W. 15th St., Miami 5-26-52 

Baxter, James F., Rt. 1, Box 4152, Hollywood 8-9-52 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Baxter, Jane C, Box 961, Winter Haven 10-20-52 

Baxter, Josette A., 1907 N.W. 41st St., Miami 12-15-52 

Baxter, Lewis Rhea, 5th Floor, Consolidated Bldg., 

Jacksonville 7-25-52 

Baxter, Madeleine M., 29 E. 29th St., Jacksonville 3-18-52 

Bay, Clarence Melvin, 1499 Rivershores Way, Tampa 4-1-52 

Baya, George J., 1328 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 3-20-52 

Bayles, Cecil, 459 Bell Ave., Brooksville 12-11-51 

Bayless, Geo. W., 633 W. Harvard Ave., Orlando 11-19-51 

Bayless, Gerald A., 1002 Lemon St., Palatka 3-21-51 

Bayliss, H. E., City Hall, Ft. Walton 9-5-52 

Baynard, Henry T., 546 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-12-51 

Baynard, James, 700 13th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-9-51 

Baynard, L. W., 770 4th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-13-52 

Baynard, W. L., P.O. Box 339, Station A, St. Petersburg 3-17-52 

Baynard, W T., 546 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-14-51 

Baynard, William Thorn, 546 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-12-51 

Bayston, Edna C, 440 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-2-51 

Bazarte, Rene, 1318 17th Ave., Tampa 3-25-52 

Bazemore, Eloise A., 745 Avenue B. S.W., Winter Haven 6-22-51 

Bazemore, Walter O., 1632 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. ...7-3-51 

Bazemore, Wilma, 108 V 2 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 5-8-52 

Bazen, Harry, 2520 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-30-52 

Beacham, O. A., 424 Garfield Ave., Winter Park 11-2-52 

Beagel, Eleanor, 1652 Lenox Ave., Room 204, Miami 8-1-51 

Beakes, O. C, 903 Barnett National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville. ...2-13-51 

Beall, Betty Jane, 201 Professional Bldg., Ocala 11-21-51 

Beall, Egbert, 810 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 3-16-51 

Beam, S. Dan, 114 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 5-17-51 

Bean, Arlo L., Box 2906, Tampa 3-10-52 

Bean, James O., Box 2028, Orlando 12-4-52 

Bean, Myra, Box 126, Orlo Vista 5-10-52 

Bean, O. M., 7721 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-29-52 

Bear, Catherine R., 321 6th St. E., Bradenton 3-13-52 

Beard, F. B., Jr., Rt. 1, Box 456, Starke 2-25-52 

Beard, Shirley C, 123 N.E. 48th St., Miami 1-24-52 

Bearden, Ralph H., Jr., 1016 Langford Bldg., Miami 9-18-51 

Beardsley, Anna E., 116 V 2 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 2-29-52 

Beardsley, J. H., 68 W. 32nd St., Jacksonville 4-12-51 

Bearman, Julius E., 2127 N.W. 1st Ave., Miami 12-10-51 

Beasley, Beulah G., 17090 1st St. E., Gulf Beaches, 

St. Petersburg 8-4-52 

Beasley, Edwin K., 1338 Evelyn Dr., Winter Haven 8-10-51 

Beasley, Emily A., 14 6th St. N.W., Winter Haven 8-20-51 

Beasley, Johnie R., 636 Grace Ave., Panama City 8-25-52 

Beasley, Omista, 50 E. Pine St., Orlando 8-8-52 

Beasley, Randell M., 230 Lafayette St., Jacksonville 4-22-51 

Beatty, Laura M., 2238 S.W. 9th St., Miami 12-8-52 

Beatty, Nancy Y., Silver Springs 6-28-51 

Beatty, R. H., P.O. Box 297, Ft. Lauderdale 9-19-52 

Beauchamp, J. O., Box 85, Chiefland 12-19-52 

Beauchamp, S. I., 1261 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-14-52 

Beaudry, Christine, 106 E. Keys Ave., Tampa 10-3-51 

Beavers, John W., Box 202, Coral Gables 10-2-52 

Debout, Glenn H., 2328 S.W. 15th St., Miami 7-9-51 



368 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bechtoldt, William A., 1909 Scott St., Hollywood 9-27-51 

Beck, Larry C, P.O. Box 85, Zellwood 3-20-51 

Beck, Lawrence A., 1011 N.W. 20th Ave., Miami 2-16-51 

Beck, Leta C, 1821 26th St. S., St. Petersburg 10-14-52 

Beck, Mary Alice, 165 Hialeah Dr., Hialeah 7-24-52 

Beck, Murray A., 911 N.W. 20th Ave., Miami 5-12-52 

Beck, Phyllis, 107 Hillcrest, Orlando 10*5-51 

Beck, Winifred C, 2896 Forbes St., Jacksonville 1-31-52 

Beck, Winton H., 1162 S.W. First St., Miami 2-19-51 

Beckel, Gertrude L., Drawer 100, St. Augustine 2-5-51 

Becker, Becky Jean, 705 19th Ave. N., Lake Worth 3-8-51 

Becker. David L., 606-07 Professional Bldg., Miami 12-11-51 

Becker, Helen L., 225 King St., Cocoa 10-24-51 

Becker, Joe, 633 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 5-22-51 

Becker, June, 847 N. Miami Ave., Miami 12-13-51 

Becker, Lee, 284 N.E. 59th Terrace, Miami 2-19-51 

Becker, Margaret, 155 S.E. 12th St., Miami 11-17-52 

Becker, Robert F., 325 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 6-20-52 

Becker, William N., 7820 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 1-28-52 

Becks, Berrien H., 313 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach 1-2-51 

Beckwith, Jean J., 141 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 1-31-51 

Beebe, Sara R., Oakland Blvd., Oakland Park 4-10-52 

Beecher, E. K., c/o Morrison I. Taylor, Jacksonville 9-13-52 

Beeghly, E. J., 15 W. 20th St., Jacksonville 8-26-51 

Beehler, Janet W., 10695 Bay Pines Blvd., St. Petersburg 11-9-52 

Beese, E. B., P.O. Box 873, International Airport Branch, 

Miami 9-10-51 

Beese, Robert W., P.O. Box 125, Dania 2-12-52 

Begg, Barbara, c/o Radio Station WIPC, Lake Wales 4-17-52 

Behan, Olivia K., 1414 S.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-6-51 

Behne, William R., 415 Flagami Blvd., Miami 8-5-52 

Behr, C. Thomas, 106-A Clematis St., West Palm Beach 3-24-52 

Beidelman, Robert R., 333 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-14-51 

Beil, Charlotte A., Box 638 Riverside Station, Miami 6-14-51 

Beisel, William T., 55 N.W. 67th St., Miami 2-14-51 

Beland, Marcel A., 3508 Mobile Highway, Pensacola 5-5-52 

Belden, Wanda, 370 Marlborough Rd., West Palm Beach.. ..11-17-52 

Belding, Margaret W., 435 N.E. 135th St., Miami 3-15-52 

Belenky, Saul, 425 W. 25th St., Miami Beach 6-4-51 

Belfor, Anne, 2025 S.W. 30th Ave., Miami 4-24-51 

Beliech, P. R., P.O. Box 628, Pensacola 10-10-51 

Belknap, Elisabeth H., 5 Major Alley, Palm Beach 11-9-51 

Bell, A. H., Box 84, Green Cove Springs 7-24-51 



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Arthur M., Box 268, Sarasota 7-10-52 

Aurelia P., 1721 E. Cervantes St., Pensacola 8-8-52 

B. H., 1569 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 5-31-51 

Barbara, 801 First St., Ft. Myers 2-21-52 

Bill, 939 N.W. 81st St., Miami 6-18-51 

Donald D., County Court House, Bradenton 6-1-51 

Dorothy, Rt. 1, Box 118, Lakeland 12-5-51 

Eulabelle B., 3087 S.W. 5th St., Miami 11-25-51 

Everett M., P.O. Box 6025, Sta. A., Daytona Beach 2-3-51 

Fred W., Citizens Bank, Sarasota 8-15-51 

G. A., 1423 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-22-52 

Geo. N., Box 116, Boca Raton 2-26-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 369 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

'Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bell, Grace M., 235 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland 12-9-51 

Bell, J. A., 305 S. Dixie, Melbourne 3-28-51 

Bell, John W., 212 Maxwell Arcade, Ft. Lauderdale 10-15-51 

Bell, Jonnie E., 3974 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando 6-25-51 

Bell, Karl Winner, 725 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-5-51 

Bell, Kathleen R., 239 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 8-21-52 

Bell, Louis A., 703 N. Mills St., Orlando 1-25-52 

Bell, Lucille L., 1567 W. 10th St., Jacksonville 8-13-52 

Bellamy, M. L., Box 12, Hollywood 4-13-52 

Bellamy, W. D., Box 303, Venice 8-7-52 

Bellew, Paul B., Box 403, Lakeland 3-26-51 

Bellion, Sarah Jane, 1203 Sheridan Rd., Clearwater 4-21-52 

Bellows, Anne D., Box 10398, Tampa 9-12-52 

Bellows, Irma F., 1000 V 2 34th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 4-14-52 

Bellows, R. E., Jr., Box "W", Port St. Joe 3-25-52 

Belser, James O., 4521 Iroquois Ave., Jacksonville 4-2-51 

Belser, Peter Paul, c/o Jones Chevrolet Co., Bonifay 2-13-52 

Belton, E. Stanley, 1205 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-9-51 

Belton, Wilbert C, 308 N. 10th St., Palatka 10-4-52 

Bern, Anne R., 801 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 4-16-51 

Bence, M. M., Rt. 8, Beauclerc Rd., Jacksonville 11-27-52 

Bencker, Z. H., Mease Hospital, Dunedin 7-26-51 

Bender, George J., 1261 N.E. 141st St., North Miami 12-31-52 

Bender, John R., 306 Warnell St., Plant City 9-5-52 

Bender, Ruth W., 1507 DeSoto Ave., Apt. 27, Tampa 6-13-51 

Bender, William M., Earlton 9-25-51 

Bendever, Francis M., Sr., 2330 Forest Blvd., Jacksonville 9-10-52 

Benjamin, Amos, 505 Olympia Bldg., Miami 2-12-52 

Benjamin, Virginia R., 1366 Devon Rd., Winter Park 7-5-51 

Bennes, Alice L., 2351 Galinao St., Coral Gables 7-30-51 

Bennett, Alice F., 5433 Shore Blvd., Gulfport 8-3-51 

Bennett, Charles R., 178 Bay St., St. Augustine 6-28-51 

Bennett, C. S., 221 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 11-6-52 

Bennett, David G., Box 851, Naples 5-5-52 

Bennett, Edmund D., County Hospital, Bartow 11-24-52 

Bennett, Elizabeth F., 61 N.W. 79th St., Miami 1-31-52 

Bennett, F. A., 204 E. Datura St., Sarasota 11-3-51 

Bennett, F. D., Box 58, Gainesville 10-9-52 

Bennett, F. Daniel, 538 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-27-52 

Bennett, Frances, 606 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-8-51 

Bennett, George D., Box 281, Ft. Lauderdale 9-26-51 

Bennett, Gordy M., Box 3226, Orlando... 8-16-51 

Bennett, Hazel M., 830 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-18-51 

Bennett, H. P., 705 Florida Power Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-26-51 

Bennett, Howard Hill, 550 Bldg., 550 Brickell Ave., Miami 3-28-52 

Bennett, James P., First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-30-52 

Bennett, Julia B., 610 S.W. 24th Rd., Miami 3-29-51 

Bennett, Marguerite, P.O. Box 4461, Miami 3-2-51 

Bennett, Martha, General Delivery, Wauchula 6-25-51 

Bennett, O. M., P.O. Box 624, Pensacola 12-11-52 

Bennett, R. L., 235 W. Central Ave., Orlando 5-31-52 

Bennett, R. L., 2095 Dennis St., Jacksonville 6-13-52 

Bennett, Ruby, Indian River Citrus Bank, Vero Beach 10-8-51 

Bennett, S. Z., 235 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10-4-52 

Bennison, H. Elaine, 2041 Harrison St., Hollywood 9-11-51 



370 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Benson, Helen M., 453 49th St. S., St. Petersburg 8-4-52 

Benson, Helen Louise, 1530 May St., Jacksonville 10-29-51 

Benson, R. E., First National Bank, Bradenton 2-27-52 

Benson, Robert T., Box 552, Naples 3-19-51 

Benson, Ruth Alice, P.O. Box 1899, Miami 3-28-52 

Bentley, Charlotte, Box 289, Deerfield Beach 7-11-51 

Bentley, Florence K., Quincy 7-16-52 

Bentley, Maxine A., P.O. Box 465, Lakeland 5-15-52 

Bentley, Gilbert, 804 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 4-6-51 

Bentley, Leslie C, 2120 N.W. 1st Ave., Miami 3-28-51 

Benton, Aleen, Rt. 1, Box 168, Seffner 10-9-52 

Benton, Florence M., 1819 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 6-18-52 

Benton, H. J., Box 715, Springfield Station, Panama City 10-6-52 

Bentsen, Arne C, 1232 E. Minnesota Ave., Orlando 1-11-52 

Benz, Cedric C, P.O. Box 2167, Orlando 6-26-51 

Benzee, A. H., Box 813, Fruitland Park 7-14-52 

Berckmann, Alvin, P.O. Box 1899, Miami 4-3-52 

Berdeaux, Dorothy, 901 N.E. 2nd Ave., Room 401, Miami 10-9-51 

Berg, James W., 418 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-12-51 

Bergen, Michael V., 403 N.E. 25th St., Miami ...4-20-51 

Bergens, I. Robert, 1162 S.W. 1st St., Miami 9-20-51 

Berger, S. Benson, 414-5 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-5-51 

Bergere', S. P., Lyon Bldg., St. Augustine 8-10-51 

Bergh, Evelyn, 3430 N.W. 20th St., Miami 10-24-52 

Berick, Morris, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 3-1-52 

Berk, Herman M., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12-27-51 

Berke, Phyllis, 420 Lincoln Rd., Room 320, Miami Beach 1-28-52 

Berkell, Gerald S., 1835 S.W. 9th St., Miami 2-18-52 

Berkey, B. L., 421 Calumet Bldg., 10 N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami 5-21-51 

Berkland, Eunice, P.O. Box 760, Ft. Lauderdale 5-10-51 

Berkmeyer, T. J., 33 S. Main St., Orlando 11-6-51 

Berlin, S., 938 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-17-52 

Berliner, Thelma W., Box 1244, Cocoa 5-4-51 

Berman, Herbert, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., Hollywood 6-16-52 

Berman, Martin, 6541 S.W. 4th St., Miami 9-13-51 

Berman, Rivian W., 1307 Main St., Jacksonville 6-26-51 

Bernard, Cordell, Court House, Jacksonville 8-13-51 

Bernard, S., 810 Tuscaloosa St., West Palm Beach 10-24-51 

Berndt, Charles, Jr., 826 Madrid St., Coral Gables 8-1-52 

Berne, M. E., 1589 N.W. 57th St., Miami 10-20-52 

Berney, Harold, 610 S.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 2-27-51 

Berney, Harold H., 1018 Seybold Bldg., Miami 7-31-52 

Bernfeld, James. Box 196, Salerno 8-27-51 

Bernhard, Marjorie, 302 E. 4th St., Jacksonville 4-18-52 

Bernhardt, Christine C, Box 757, Pahokee 4-4-52 

Bernheim, Clementine P., Live Oak 3-18-52 

Bernstein, A. E., 3 N.W. 54th St., Miami 9-4-52 

Bernstein, Beatrice, 216 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 12-3-51 

Bernstein, George, 4400 S.W. 14th St., Miami 10-13-52 

Bernstein, Irving D., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-11-52 

Berry, Agnes, P.O. Box 37, Apopka 4-10-51 

Berry, Chester R., 1424 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 9-6-51 

Berry, Eleanor C, 5643 4th St. N., St. Petersburg... 8-14-52 

Berry, Ernestine, 295 N.W. 48th St.. Miami 7-21-51 

Berry, Eyela E., Box 1082, Pensacola, Fla 3-19-52 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Berry, Glenn L., 305 Vanskike Bldg., Sarasota 12-10-51 

Berry, Gloria, 6881 N. Bay Dr., Miami Beach 6-11-51 

Berry, J. F., 180 Tamiami Canal Rd., Miami 12-28-52 

Berry, J. H., 900 S.W. 18th St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-9-51 

Berry, Lorrains S., Box 827, Fruitland Park 3-26-51 

Berry, Mabel L., Box 945, Hollywood 12-10-51 

Berry, N. B., Rt. 4, Chipley 9-26-52 

Berry, Richard L., Jr., 3011 Highland Ave., Tampa 4-23-52 

Berry, Thelma G., 8516 Branch Ave., Tampa 3-27-51 

Berst, Catherine F., 1915 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami 3-6-52 

Bertiaux, Fred C, 327 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-10-51 

Bervaldi, Carl, 510 Francis St., Key West 11-9-52 

Bervaldi, Hollon R,, 1215 Washington St., Key West 2-22-51 

Besko, Marjorie H., 2901 S.W. 81st Ave., Miami 5-10-51 

Best, Alma J., 722 Court "B" Blodgett Homes, Jacksonville.. .2-21-52 

Best, Kathleen, 1654 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach 1-15-51 

Best, Peggy A., c/o Strickland Morrison, Inc., Sanford 11-28-51 

Best, Wm. H., P.O. Box 2544, Sarasota 1-7-52 

Bethea, C. E., 216 W. 25th St., Jacksonville 3-8-51 

Bethea, Gladys Shore, 605 Ocean St., Jacksonville 9-13-51 

Bethencourt, A. V., 1894 N.W. 35th St., Miami 11-4-52 

Bettes, James J., P.O. Box 1271, Orlando 6-18-51 

Bettinghaus, H. Knox, Lypar Bldg., Winter Park 8-13-51 

Betts, C. L., 2940 Bay Shore Dr., Sarasota :.9-10-52 

Beutell, Joseph F., 595 Main St., Jacksonville 8-31-51 

Beville, Curtis, Bushnell 4...... 12-4-52 

Beville, Helen B., Box 2638, Tampa 12-18-52 

Bevis, Gordon B., 1335 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 11-10-51 

Bevis, Mary Lou, Box 870, Tallahassee 7-2-52 

Bevis, W. P., Office Secretary of State, Tallahassee 4-23-52 

Beyer, E. Lydia, 221 Central Park Court, Sarasota 12-18-52 

Beyer, Kay M., 247 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 1-12-52 

Beyer, Stephen A., 2260 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 1-22-51 

Bichan, Dorothy M., Rt. 5, Box 11-A, Ft. Lauderdale 1-15-51 

Bidwell, Ethel N., Box 168, Bradenton Beach 9-26-52 

Bieber, Berber O., P.O. Box 870, West Palm Beach 10-5-51 

Bierhorst, Henry R., 4312 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville 2-28-52 

Bigelow, David, First Federal Bldg., Miami 5-5-51 

Biggar, John W., 1325 W. Cass St., Tampa 10-8-51 

Bigger, Elizabeth M., Court House, Jacksonville 5-17-51 

Biggers, Effie B., 4021 Pinewood Ave., West Palm Beach 3-11-52 

Biggers, Fannie J., 606 E. Wisconsin Ave., DeLand 2-9-51 

Biggers, Joan, 722 N. Blvd., Tampa 12-22-52 

Biggerstaff, Marguerite H., 4843 Elizabeth Terrace, 

Jacksonville 10-31-51 

Biggs, Margaret S., P.O. Box 990, Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Biggs, M.D., 7217 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 8-15-51 

Bigham, R. K., 5th Floor, Western Union Bldg., Tampa 3-19-51 

Bigica, Joe, 2010 Thrace St., Tampa 12-28-52 

Billiel, Raymond A., Box 659, West Palm Beach 7-10-51 

Billman, D. E., 205 15th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 11-8-51 

Billups, Wave, 422 Madison St., Palatka 8-24-51 

Binder, A. Harold, 1629 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 9-2-51 

Bing, B. J., 1125 Greenridge Road, Jacksonville 6-25-52 

Bingham, Edith M., 1215 Wilson Ave., Warrington 2-14-52 



372 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bingham, Marie, P.O. Box 541, Lakeland 4-30-51 

Birch, Constance, 527 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 11-3-52 

Birch, John H., 979 E. 20th St., Hialeah 10-16-52 

Birch, Milton R., 13220 Gulf Blvd., Maderia Beach, 

St. Petersburg 9-24-51 

Bird, Martha S., Box 532, Umatilla 6-15-51 

Bird, W. R., Box 187, Homestead 4-6-52 

Birdsall, John H., 229 S. County Road, Palm Beach 10-12-52 

Birmelin, Robert O, 228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-15-52 

Birzon, Elizabeth M., 4567 S.W. 15th Terrace, Miami 6-20-52 

Bisbee, Mary Alice, Box 1281, St. Petersburg 10-31-52 

Bischel, Roina B., 308 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 6-15-51 

Bishop, Abigail L., c/o Melbourne Tag Agency, Melbourne. ...3-3-52 

Bishop, David P., Jr., 2359 Coral Way, Miami 9-21-52 

Bishop, John T., 3708 Horatio, Tampa 7-29-52 

Bishop, John V., Box 768, Cocoa 9-27-52 

Bishop, Lillian E., 360 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota 12-31-52 

Bishop, Robert J., Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 8-16-51 

Bishop, Stanley, 1911 - 12th St. W., Bradenton 4-11-51 

Bishop, Zelma D., Madison 9-20-51 

Bispham, W. A., 117 25th St. W., Bradenton 9-17-51 

Bissell, Jack R., P.O. Box 123, Gainesville 1-28-52 

Biltonti, Antonio. 501 N.W. 32nd Court, Miami 10-27-51 

Bittan, B. A., Jr., Box 307, Ft. Pierce 3-10-52 

Bittel, Perry, 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 11-23-51 

Bittenbender, Betty S., P. O. Box 2911, St. Petersburg 5-15-51 

Bittenbender, Horace W., Box 2911, St. Petersburg 3-3-51 

Bitz, William P., Langford Bldg., Miami 12-29-52 

Bixby, Frederic K., 508 Zack St., Tampa 1-5-52 

Black, Aline L., 425 W. Duval St., Jacksonville 12-18-51 

Black, Archibal M., Box 156, Dania 12-28-52 

Black, Betty B., 4209 Birmingham Rd., Jacksonville 1-26-51 

Black, C. A., 1703 Main St., Jacksonville 8-4-52 

Black, Charlotte Kay, 9009 Garland Ave., Miami Beach 9-16-52 

Black, David L., 312 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-29-51 

Black, Elizabeth, 910 N.W. 133rd St., North Miami 6-7-51 

Black, H. Tolbert, P.O. Box 255, Lake City 5-7-51 

Black, Harry B., 2121 Main St., Jacksonville 3-20-52 

Black, James I., Jr., Box 403, Lakeland 5-12-52 

Black, Joseph C, 712 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 4-8-52 

Black, Kathryn Elizabeth, 113 E. Lynn Ave., Winter Park 5-28-51 

Black, L. O., Box 1150, Lakeland 10-29-52 

Black, Lilah L., 3303 Empedrado, Tampa 6-24-52 

Black, Mildred, 1280 W. Flagler St., Miami 7-18-52 

Black, R. W., 6102 Temple Road, Jacksonville 4-9-51 

Blackaby, Raymond E., Box 1466, St. Augustine 6-21-51 

Blackburn, Gladys, 428 Grace Ave., Panama City 6-4-51 

Blackburn, Mary E., 1206 E. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala 4-16-51 

Blackburn, R. E., Jr., 114 E. Cass St., Tampa 9-26-51 

Blacker, Sarah M., 1134 16th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-19-52 

Blackman, V. V., Rt. 4, Box 268 A, Pensacola 8-16-51 

Blackman, William R., 342 S. Washington Blvd., Sarasota.. ..11-19-52 

Blackmer, Mildred, Box 281, Tavares 4-14-51 

Blackmun, E. G., Box 616, Brooksville 1-2-52 

Blackshear, W. M., Box 648, St. Andrew 8-9-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 373 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Blackston, Mary K., 206 W. Genessee, Tampa 2-5-51 

Blackstone, Myrtle, 654 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota 10-3-51 

Blades, Geo. W., 307 Franklin St., Tampa 8-15-51 

Blaedel, Roberta H., P.O. Box 868, St. Petersburg 9-27-51 

Blain, Lester B., Box 288, Plant City 12-14-52 

Blair, Earl, Box 104, Palm Beach 11-28-51 

Blair, Ernest C, Box 821, Ocala 7-31-52 

Blair, Jane E., 630 N.W. 54th St., Miami 5-12-52 

Blair, Ruby H., Box 28, Ocala 6-18-51 

Blake, Benjamin N., Box 1262, Winter Haven 10-2-52 

Blake, Charles F., First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 2-9-51 

Blake, Geraldine, Rt. 1, Box 310, Sarasota 7-16-51 

Blake, Thomas J., 304 Langford Bldg., Miami 3-26-51 

Blakely, Buna, 2165 Bedford Rd., Jacksonville 4-16-51 

Blakely, Wm. S., 101 Court House, Jacksonville 3-16-52 

Blakeslee, Anita F., Box 827, West Palm Beach 8-21-52 

Blakley, Lucille, 3724 San Pedro, Tampa 2-21-51 

Blalock, J. Clifford, Box 1949, Jacksonville 2-2-51 

Blanc, R. G., 347 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-9-52 

Blanchard, Charles H., Box 1129, Pensacola 10-2-52 

Blanchard, Kathryn H., 1041 Pippin St., Jacksonville 2-26-52 

Blanchard, M. C, 615 Rue Max, Warrington 1-17-52 

Blanchard, R. H., Box 457, Dunedin 5-20-52 

Blanchard, Thelma G., Box 593, L.R. Station, Miami 12-2-52 

Blanchet, John L., Copeland 8-16-51 

Blanco, Mercedes, 312 Franklin St., Tampa 6-14-51 

Bland, Merrie W., Box 1182, Tallahassee 10-23-52 

Blankenship, Catherine B., Box 663, South Miami 9-22-52 

Blankenship, Dessie, Box 1695, Lakeland 2-7-51 

Blanton, Bonnie B., 311 W. Duval St., Jacksonville 10-2-51 

Blanton, Henry H., 1612 Harvard St., Clearwater 2-27-52 

Blanton, Jennie L., 1341 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 11-1-52 

Blanton, Juanita L., 1777 Harbor Dr., Clearwater 2-7-51 

Blanton, Marguerite E., 801 N.E. 118th St., Miami 2-6-52 

Blanton, Marie W., 131 King's Court, Sarasota 10-14-52 

Blasberg, Irving, 1850 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 9-24-51 

Blews, Harry C, 211 Cherokee St., Miami Springs 4-1-52 

Blitch, Betty R., 614 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-10-51 

Blitch, John A., Box 706, Quincy 2-22-52 

Block. Irvin J., 702 Seybold Bldg., Miami 11-7-52 

Blocker, John C, Box 716, St. Petersburg 12-4-52 

Blocker, John F., Milton 2-11-52 

Blocker, M. W., 1550 Jefferson St., Jacksonville 9-21-51 

Blodgett. Alma D., Rt. 3, Box 372, Ft. Lauderdale 8-18-52 

Blomgren, Harriet, 124 S.E. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-13-51 

Blood, M. R., Box 4639, Jacksonville 12-2-52 

Bloomberg, Robert L., 740 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-18-52 

Blossom, Lester, 666 N.W. 79th St., Miami 10-31-51 

Blount, L. M., Box 96, Tampa 2-26-52 

Blount, Lois V., 1917 N. "B" St., Tampa 7-27-51 

Blount, Mary Elizabeth, Box 19, Station G, Jacksonville 6-11-52 

Blount, Mary W., Box 631, Tallahassee 7-14-52 

Blount, Uriel, Jr., Box 421, DeLand 8-13-51 

Blow, J. M., 517 Whitehead St., Key West 12-31-52 

Blue, M. Margaret, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-21-51 



374 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Blum, H. I., 1350 Admiral Woodson Lane, Clearwater 9-19-51 

Blum, Howard M., 11112 N.E. 10th Ave., Miami 3-3-52 

Blumhard, Nancy L., 3669 S.W. 14th St., Miami 8-9-51 

Blumin, Faye, 840 43rd Court, Miami Beach 6-11-51 

Blunker, Estelle E., 1230 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 2-19-51 

Blythe, H. C, 1036 N. Mills St., Orlando 12-21-51 

Blythe, Lela Bell, Box 489, Sanford 3-23-51 

Boatwright, F. L., 103 St. George St., St. Augustine 6-25-52 

Bobbitt, Kimball R., Jr., 336 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville. ...11-29-51 

Bobbitt, Margaret T., Box 2049, Ft. Myers 7-7-52 

Boberg, Frances H., Box 1809, Tampa 7-22-52 

Bobson, Irving, Box 898, Goulds 5-28-51 

Boccanfuso, Frank, 9115 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 2-5-52 

Bocher, Phillip B., Box 720, Jacksonville 6-3-52 

Bodarky, Clifford J., 425 Newnan St., Jacksonville 11-8-51 

Bodiford. Nellie W., Box 312, Orlando 3-5-51 

Bodiford, Numa, DeFuniak Springs 1-28-52 

Bodiford, William A., Box 711, Pensacola 11-19-51 

Bockstanz, Oleta P., 1015 35th St. N., St. Petersburg 9-24-51 

Bodenstein, Doris, Box 707, Vero Beach 2-1-52 

Boehl, J. C, Box 1128, Pensacola 8-27-52 

Boeninger, Gene M., 226 Miracle Bldg., Coral Gables 3-19-51 

Boerner. Howard R., 4820 S.W. 4th St., Miami 1-15-52 

Boettcher, Matilda G., 124 V z N. Summer! in St., Orlando 7-27-51 

Bogdanove, Lilian, 3682 S.W. 24th Terrace, Miami 9-11-52 

Boggs, Dean, 1809 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-26-52 

Boghich, F. A., c/o Central Oil Company, Tampa 5-27-52 

Bogue, Gerald D., P.O. Box 302, Palatka 12-13-51 

Bohannon, Hilda, Box 271, Pensacola 3-14-51 

Bohannon. James O., Box 844, Daytona Beach 11-3-52 

Bohannon, William J., 28 E. Garden St., Pensacola 4-12-51 

Bohren, Gertrude, 215 N. 18th St., Ft. Pierce 3-30-51 

Boise, J. L., 418 Upland Rd., West Palm Beach 7-8-52 

Boivin, Dorothy C, 145 6th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 10-4-52 

Bokor, Spencer, 3005 Estrella, Tampa 5-30-52 

Boland, Alice P., 5750 S.W. 55th St., Miami 2-12-52 

Boland. Charles E., 2414 Galiano St., Coral Gables 7-30-52 

Boland, J. M., 15 N. Palafox St.. Pensacola 5-27-52 

Boley, Frances, 310 Lee Ave. N.E., Winter Haven 9-14-51 

Bolger, Marie, 305 Morgan St., Tampa 5-20-52 

Bolin, Betty 625 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg.. Jacksonville 4-11-51 

Bolin, Inez J., Box 303, Dundee 5-8-51 

Boling, Opal D., Box 6387, Murray Hill Sta., Jacksonville 2-29-52 

Bolles, George C, Jr., 44 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 2-9-52 

Bolton. B. A., Drawer 551, St. Augustine 8-29-52 

Bolton, Bessie Mae, Box 394, Hallandale 7-11-51 

Bolton, Helen, Box 873, Jacksonville 11-15-51 

Bolton, Josephine. E. Duval St., Lake City 5-28-52 

Bomar, Betty, c/o County Judge, Ft. Myers 5-5-52 

Bond. Ida May, 246 N.E. 33rd St., Miami 8-8-51 

Bond, Janet H., 17 40th St. S., St. Petersburg 1-18-51 

Bond, John S., Jr.. Box 873, Jacksonville 12-17-52 

Bond, Julia A., c/o Panuleta Farms, Uleta 11-24-51 

Bond, Julia D., 806 Langford Bldg., Miami 10-29-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 375 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bond. Lola, 115 Elm St., Pinehurst, Pensacola 2-14-52 

Bond, Nin, Jr., 803 35th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-20-52 

Bond, Richard P., 1417 36th St., Orlando 6-13-52 

Bond, Sue, Box 378, Mount Dora 5-28-52 

Bond, William E., 1801 E. Leonard St., Pensacola 12-16-52 

Bonds, Rosa S., 424 Osceola St., Tallahassee 11-5-52 

Bone, Mary K., R.F.D. 3, Box 135, Live Oak 1-22-51 

Boney, H. W., 1214 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 7-12-52 

Boney, Mary J., 1105 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2-13-52 

Bonifay, E. G., Jr., Box 711, Pensacola 10-19-52 

Bonifay, Ralph L., 1113 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola 5-1-52 

Bonneau, Joseph C, Box 534, North Miami 7-10-52 

Bonnell, Floy, 700 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 9-26-52 

Bonner, R. C, Jr., 213 N.E. 2nd Ave, Miami 10-9-52 

Bonnet, Hannah Detwiler, 310 Flagler Ave., 

New Smyrna Beach 1-25-51 

Booker, Charles C, 113 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 9-10-51 

Booker, Leona W., 727 S. Parramore St., Orlando 2-19-51 

Boon, Mercedes, 1300 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 6-25-52 

Boone, Daniel C, 2120 S.W. 59th Ave., Coral Gables 3-13-52 

Boone, Constance C, 3630 N.W. 22nd Ct., Miami 1-24-52 

Boone, Jas. R., 1220 Miami Road, Jacksonville 9-20-52 

Boor, Frank L., 6415 40th St.. Tampa 5-29-52 

Boorack, Ann, 7038 Lem Turner Rd., Jacksonville 2-20-51 

Booream, John W., Box 647, Bartow 2-22-52 

Boote, W. S., 104 E. 45th St., Jacksonville 5-3-52 

Booth, Albert S., 2525 S.W. 8th St., Miami 11-23-51 

Booth. Barbara, Box 1723, West Palm Beach 5-25-51 

Booth, Dulcie R., 1045 9th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 10-27-52 

Booth, Evelyn H., Live Oak 2-22-51 

Booth, Grace R., 375 W. 62nd St., Jacksonville 6-5-52 

Booth, J. Carl, 730 N.E. 90th St., Miami 5-9-51 

Booth, James, 215 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 6-8-52 

Booth, John W., Jr.. 115 S. 2nd St., Palatka 6-18-52 

Booth, Monroe P., 4701 38th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-19-51 

Booth, Oaks M., 2312 Forbes St., Jacksonville 7-16-51 

Booth, Ona M., 406 El Vedado, West Palm Beach 7-3-52 

Booth, Rena E., 1100 N.E. 5th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 12-5-52 

Booth, T. G., 920 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 11-20-52 

Boozer, W. H., 806 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 3-16-51 

Borden, John C, Jr., 1443 Main St., Jacksonville 6-22-51 

Boree, Mary Kathryn, Box 604, Wauchula 2-25-52 

Borgeson, John A., Box 201, Allapattah Sta., Miami 12-20-51 

Boring, Allan D., 118 Hillcrest, Lakeland 3-17-52 

Boring, J. R., Box 1320, Tampa 9-25-51 

Bormuth, Jessie, 5808 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 1-24-52 

Bornemann, Winifred, 1421 Palmetto St., 

New Smyrna Beach 12-29-52 

Bornstein, Jerome J., 6 Rutland Bldg., Orlando 4-14-52 

Borras, I., Box 31, Pensacola 5-7-52 

Borsdorf, Otto, 111 E. First St., Sanford 2-1-52 

Bosang, J. G., Jr., 501 Stovall Prof. Bldg., Tampa 2-15-51 

Boschen, Mildred, 3686 Mobile Highway, Pensacola 7-6-51 

Boss, Elmer F., 500 N.E. 37th St., Miami 4-14-52 



376 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Boss, Florence O, 611 Sevilla, Coral Gables 7-16-51 

Bosso, Adelaide S., c/o Watson & Brown, Pensacola 12-12-51 

Bosso, William J., Box 1308, Riviera Beach 7-24-52 

Bostick, Bessie M., Box 645, Quincy 3-15-51 

Boston, Alice P., Box 5086, Jacksonville 9-5-51 

Bostrom, Mary L., 352 N.E. 60th St., Miami 1-19-51 

Boswell, E. R., 3714 Santiago St., Tampaa 4-24-51 

Botner, Reid C, Box 429, Miami 12-31-51 

Bottoms, L. M., Graceville 5-20-52 

Botts, G. W., Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 12-16-52 

Botz, Beatrice J., Box 156, New Smyrna 9-24-51 

Bouchard, Roger O., Box 583, Clearwater 9-26-52 

Bouchelle, Anderson C, New Smyrna Beach 1-14-52 

Boucher, J. L., City Hall, St. Petersburg 12-13-51 

Bouchillon, Iris, Brentwood Park, Pensacola 9-27-51 

Bouquio, Elwood L., 2332 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 12-15-52 

Bourland, C. M., 215 American Bldg., Orlando 7-7-52 

Bourlay, Mavis J., 106 S.W. 12th St., Gainesville 12-3-52 

Bouvier, John A., Jr., 1100 E. Sunset Dr.. Miami 8-30-51 

Bovee, Harry D'Alton, 2802 College St., Jacksonville 5-20-52 

Bowden, Johnnie W., Box 1713, Valparaiso 9-10-52 

Bowden, Marie B., Box 3, Leesburg 5-1-52 

Bowden, R. O., Box 622, Leesburg 10-11-51 

Bowdoin, Frances, 110 V2 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-15-51 

Bowe, Louise, Box 142, Boca Grande 10-25-51 

Bowe, Mary E., 1127 Avenida Hermosa, West Palm Beach 9-10-51 

Bowen, C. B., c/o SherrhTs Office, West Palm Beach 7-3-52 

Bowen, Cecil E., 5809 S.W. 31st St., Miami 11-18-52 

Bowen, D. E., 502 S. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 12-13-51 

Bowen, F. M., Jr., 9316 Collins Ave., Surfside. Miami Beach.. ..12-1-52 

Bowen, Frank P., Jr., 4501 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 7-16-52 

Bowen, Helen M., 1865 Woodmere Dr., Jacksonville 10-23-52 

Bowen, J. M., 401 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-12-51 

Bowen, J. R., Box 543, DeLand 8-11-52 

Bowen, W. C, 5923 S.W. 8th St., Miami 1-14-52 

Bower, Eppie L., Box 1121, Winter Park 8-24-51 

Bower, Marie H., Box 749, Tallahassee 11-17-51 

Bowers, Bertie, Box 706, Fernandina 7-17-51 

Bowers, John P., Box 611, Riviera Beach 6-7-51 

Bowers, Vera Mae, Box 39, Lakeland 8-25-52 

Bowlby, Eleanor R., 408 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 9-10-52 

Bowlby, William L., 420 W. Lafayette St., Tampa 9-21-51 

Bowles, Marion B., 1124 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 5-6-51 

Bowman, Dorothy C, 834 N. 3rd Ave., South Miami.. 2-8-51 

Bowman, Harry A., 1234 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-9-52 

Bowman, Lola Garrison, 4108 Lynn Ave., Tampa 3-10-52 

Bowman, O. O., 475 Lucerne Ave., Tampa... 6-19-51 

Bowman, Ralph F., 478 N.E. 56th St., Miami 3-3-52 

Bowman, V. R., Rt. 7, Box 62, Jacksonville 5-2-52 

Bowman, W. C, 800 W. Hernandez, Pensacola 4-26-51 

Boyd, Beatrice E., Box 4640, Jacksonville 8-4-52 

Boyd, C. M., 112 N. Park Ave., Sanford 10-25-52 

Boyd, D. W., 2106 Fla. Ave., Tampa 4-4-51 

Boyd, Dorothy B., 223 S.E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-21-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 377 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Boyd, Edith C, 1601 Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 2-22-51 

Boyd, Elmer, 305 N.E. 148th St., North Miami 11-6-52 

Boyd, Florence., 214 Royal Palmway, Palm Beach 8-1-51 

Boyd, Grace P., Box 2349, Tampa 4-17-52 

Boyd, Hugh Eugene, 1608 14th St. W., Bradenton 5-9-52 

Boyd, James R., Jr., 727 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 6-8-51 

Boyd, Marjorie L., Box 868, St. Petersburg 10-28-51 

Boyd, Phyllis D., 19015 Golf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach 11-21-52 

Boyd, V. L., 2106 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-19-51 

Boyd, W. B., 3406 Fla. Ave., Tampa 7-19-52 

Boyd, W. H., Box 704, Bradenton 6-14-51 

Boyell, Harry, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 5-4-52 

Boyer, C. A., P.O. Box 2526, Orlando 5-10-51 

Boyer, Catherine, 107 S. Main St., Ocala 3-29-52 

Boyer, L. M., 800 S. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 11-29-51 

Boyer, Robert P., 675 Woodcrest Rd., Biscayne Key, Miami.. ..3-7-52 

Boyer, Susan M., 801 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-19-51 

Boyers, David A., 1124 7th St., Palmetto 6-27-52 

Boyette, Diane Ditto, 1301 Heitman St., Ft. Myers 2-22-53 

Boykin, June, 833 Valley Forge Rd., West Palm Beach 9-22-52 

Boykins, Neda M., Box 1601, Sanford 8-23-52 

Boykin, Norman T., 20 Keys Ct., Pensacola 10-25-51 

Boykins, S. D., Box 1270, Daytona Beach 4-15-52 

Boyle, Joseph B., 612 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach 7-30-51 

Boyle, Josephine F., 3902 Swann Ave., Tampa 6-28-51 

Boyle, Marie, 9 Seville St., Box 1275, St. Augustine 11-8-51 

Boyle, Robert S., 855 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 8-25-52 

Boyle, Thomas E., 5985 S.W. 42nd Terrace, Miami 4-4-51 

Boynton, Florence B., 427 Sunset Dr., Orlando 8-16-52 

Boynton, J. L., 105 W. Mohawk Ave., Tampa 12-22-52 

Boyt, Pauline, Drawer 451, St. Augustine 1-19-52 

Boza, Geraldo M., 2107 Lemon St., Tampa 3-13-52 

Bozeman, Wm. S., 250 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 7-11-52 

Brace, Mabel G., Box 4728, Jacksonville 10-29-51 

Brachman, Nathan, 846 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 3-12-51 

Brackin, A. B., Munson 9-8-52 

Bradford, Betty, 25 Lundlum Dr., Miami Springs 7-27-51 

Bradford, C. W., 7 N.W. 116th St., Miami 7-17-52 

Bradford, Edna N., 829 N. Mills, Orlando 4-21-52 

Bradford, Estelle W., 2713 Ridgewood Ave., Tampa 3-24-52 

Bradford, H. C, 837 Cedar St., Jacksonville 11-16-52 

Bradford, R. O., 311 V 2 Zack St., Tampa 1-20-52 

Bradford, T. W., Box 1348, Plant City 5-26-52 

Bradford, W. L., Box 386, Lake Alfred 11-31-52 

Bradham, Joseph W., Jr., 601 Florida Theatre Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 10-29-52 

Bradley, Helen, Box 222, Marathon 3-10-52 

Bradley, Monroe, RR No. 4, Box 160, Sarasota 3-5-51 

Bradley, Richard L., Box 612, Bushnell 12-31-52 

Bradley, Robert E., 438 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami 4-16-52 

Bradley, T. Lee, Box 1066, Vero Beach 7-12-51 

Bradley, Willie A., 1541 W. Logan St., Jacksonville 4-14-52 

Bradley, Zelma R., Box 2700, Jacksonville 7-13-51 

Bradshaw, Lee E., 230 S.E. Avenue E., Belle Glade 8-21-52 



378 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bradshaw, Marvin P., 4714 El Prado, Tampa 11-17-52 

Brady, Alfred L., 1405 S. Albany, Tampa 5-17-51 

Brady, Doris J., 272 E. 42nd St., Hialeah 9-29-52 

Brady, Gertrude, Box 127, Station "A", St. Petersburg 3-11-51 

Brady, Marian H., Box 993, Hallandale 8-3-51 

Brady, Mary F., Box 310, Tampa 6-5-51 

Brady, Winifred S., 1022 W. Gregory, Pensacola 6-4-51 

Bragg, Annie B., 140 E. Livingston Ave., Orlando 4-24-51 

Bragg, Harry T., 1040 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 2-28-52 

Bragg, Kathryn B., 403 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 7-21-52 

Brahm, Margaret L., Box 486, Daytona Beach 8-14-51 

Braisted. Hazel, Box 1989, Ft. Myers 5-27-52 

Brake, Allen E., 110 N.W. 32nd Ave., Miami 8-4-51 

Brako, Mildred T., 2706 Morgan St., Tampa 1-29-52 

Brallier, Vera, 24 Riberia St., St. Augustine 7-18-52 

Bramlett, R. L., Rt. 4, Box 457 B., Jacksonville 1-15-51 

Brammer, E. O., 44 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami 1-14-52 

Branagan, Josephine M., 2326 2nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-8-51 

Branch, Gladys M., Box 1497, Winter Haven 6-20-51 

Branch, Hugh H., Box 201, Pahokee 2-7-51 

Branch, Virginia, 522 E. Jefferson St., Tallahassee 12-31-51 

Brand, Dorothy, 220 7th St., Miami Beach 8-14-51 

Brandon, Edwin, Sr., Rt. 1, Box KH 4, Seffner 4-8-52 

Brandt, Irene, Box 1327, Pensacola 10-14-52 

Brandt, Lerah, 2762 S.W. 10th St., Miami 9-18-52 

Braner, Eileen, 3633 W. 2nd Ct., Hialeah 2-18-52 

Brannan, Charles D., 564 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 10-29-51 

Brannen, C. H., Greenville 3-13-51 

Brannen, M. H., Cross City 9-12-51 

Brannen, P. E., Box 1102, Ft. Myers 11-16-51 

Branning, Briggs, Box 1939, Miami 4-5-52 

Branning, Lewis J., Jr., 3231 N.W. 14th Terrace, Miami 8-16-51 

Brannon, Georgia M., Box 1086, Riviera Beach 10-26-51 

Brannon, Ivan I., 210 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 10-30-51 

Branson, Earle S.. Rt. 1, Box 129, Dover 6-27-51 

Branson, Oliver, 42 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 9-29-52 

Brant, B. L., 4222 Cardinal Way S., St. Petersburg 6-25-51 

Brantley, Frieda. Box 25, Arcadia 1-23-51 

Brasfleld, H. A., 2319 McRae St., Orlando 3-8-51 

Brasington, Loma. 312 E. Fern St., Tampa 11-19-51 

Braswell, J. H., Box 7092, Tampa 8-14-52 

Braswell, M. A., Venice-Nokomis Bank Bldg., Venice 9-10-51 

Braswell, Marie, Box 590, Tallahassee 5-2-52 

Bratley, Hugh J., 40 S.W. Avenue B, Belle Glade 10-1-51 

Braun, Karl W., Box 4459, Jacksonville 9-3-52 

Braun, H. V., 129 S.W. 9th Ave., Miami 10-31-51 

Braun, Herbert, 2585 37th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-23-51 

Brausa, Bea, 532 Main St., Sarasota 1-21-52 

Braverman, S. H., 1165 W. Flagler St.. Miami 5-12-51 

Bray, Allan H., 1034 Berry Ave., Tampa 8-8-52 

Bray, Everett B., 204 N. Tampania Ave., Tampa 11-5-52 

Bray. Milton E., 301 Ivanhoe Blvd., Orlando 5-31-51 

Bray, Thelma D., Box 605, Lake City 8-29-51 

Brayton. David S., Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 11-9-51 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 379 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Breaker, M. L., 1337 Davis St., Jacksonville 6-10-52 

Breaker, Ruby W., P.O. Box 611, Clearwater 1-19-52 

Breazeale, E. Fremont, Box 185, West Palm Beach 7-2-51 

Brecken, Camhle M., 1507 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 9-4-51 

Breckur, Fred R., 4233 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville 8-3-52 

Breeden, Floree T., Box 14, Madison 10-1-52 

Breen, B. S., 115 Mt. Fair Ave., Brooksville 10-22-52 

Breen, J. J., 1017 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 11-23-51 

Breeze, Cornelia W., 155 Wall St., Orlando 5-30-51 

Bremer, Ada M., 511 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 10-15-51 

Brenan, Claudine J., 1649 Glendale Rd., Jacksonville 12-31-52 

Brendla, H. E., 2235 N.W. 41st Street, Miami 3-12-52 

Brennan, Francis Carey, 3960 W. First Ave., Hialeah 4-2-52 

Brennan, Patrick H., 1615 Arthur St., Hollywood 10-13-52 

Brenner, I. E., 1672 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 9-21-51 

Brenner, William I., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-29-52 

Brennon, Francis L., 7 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3-20-52 

Bretan, Herman I., 2760 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 7-2-51 

Brett, Joseph W., P.O. Box 4042, St. Petersburg 4-4-51 

Brett, Michael B., 457 9th St. S., St. Petersburg 7-28-52 

Bretz, Russell G., 100 N.E. 17th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 5-31-51 

Brewer, Alex P., 303 Franklin St., Tampa 9-9-52 

Brewer, F. E., P.O. 283, Ft. Pierce 5-2-52 

Brewer, Gray, 525 N.E. 51st St., Miami 4-25-51 

Brewer, Jessie M., P.O. Box 151, Greensboro 8-17-51 

Brewer, Louise H., 1155 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 10-25-51 

Brewer, Mary Lou, 307 Wildermere Rd., West Palm Beach. ...6-12-52 

Brewer, Max, Box 550, Titusville 8-6-52 

Brewer, Thelma, P.O. Box 7. Sanford 3-26-51 

Brewerton, L. H., 532 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 6-8-52 

Brewington, Thella A., 708 S.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-2-52 

Brewster, Adine M., Fla. Power & Light Co., King St., 

St. Augustine 5-23-51 

Brewster, Marcus E., Jr., Atlantic National Bank, 

Jacksonville 6-26-52 

Brewster, William, Jr., P.O. Box 91K, Rt. 2, DeLand 4-2-51 

Breyer, Bessie C, 4016 N. 29th St., Miami 1-7-52 

Brian, Jennie Springer, 208 Main St., Daytona Beach 2-12-52 

Briant, Joyce, 2304 Ola Ave., Tampa 6-9-52 

Brice, John H., Box 31, Lake Wales 1-3-51 

Brickell, C. M., Jr., P.O. Box 4092, Jacksonville 2-15-51 

Bridge, Josephine K., 1121 S.W. 18th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 11-28-52 

Bridges, Florence, P.O. Box 561, Ft. Lauderdale 11-20-51 

Bridges, Frank B., 1900 E. Moreno, Pensacola 4-11-52 

Bridges, Nell M., 851 S.W. 1st St., Miami 1-7-52 

Brient, Dorothy C, 507 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-14-51 

Briggs, Irene C, P.O. Box 918, Ft. Lauderdale 11-18-52 

Briggs, Lucia W., Box 407, Tampa 3-4-52 

Briggs, Mary H., Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hollywood 1-9-52 

Brigham, Jerre Prince, 221 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 1-10-52 

Bright, Carroll D., 435 Hialeah Dr., Hialeah 7-27-51 

Bright, Opal, 505 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 1-9-52 

Brigman, Mollie, 151 N.E. 10th St., Miami 3-24-52 

Brill, Betty Horgan, 266 N.E. 29th St., Miami 9-5-52 



380 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Brim, Fay, 3500 S.W., 8th St., Miami 6-15-51 

Brinkman, Frank A., 1005 S.W. 13th Court, Miami 1-12-51 

Brinkman, William C, 314 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 10-9-51 

Brinkmann, Lois L., 2346 N.E. 2nd Court, Miami 6-1-51 

Brinson, B. I., 226 N. 12th St., Ft. Pierce 3-7-52 

Brinson, C. J., Box 1, Perry 6-23-52 

Brinson, Kelly L., Box 34, Merritt Island 11-9-51 

Brinson, Marguerite D., 5115 Rosselle St., Jacksonville 7-2-52 

Brisette, Lucille C, 914 W. Reynolds St., Apt. B, Plant City.. ..6-14-51 

Brisson, Jessie M., 907 Laurel Ave., Sanford 11-4-51 

Bristow, E. M., 950 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-6-51 

Britcher, Jim, Jr., P.O. Box 1193, Ft. Pierce 8-8-51 

Britt, Hazel O., 2018 E. Jordan St., Pensacola 8-22-51 

Britt, Irene P., Box 32, Winter Garden 8-29-52 

Britt, Mack G., Box 913, Lakeland 3-31-52 

Britt, Maude E., P.O. Box 749, Tallahasasee 5-30-51 

Britt, P. H., Britts Service Station, Winter Garden 11-21-52 

Britt, Virginia J., Box 127, Miami 2-26-52 

Britt, Walter R., 1141 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 1-18-51 

Broad, Daniel M., 8636 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 6-24-51 

Broad, Ruth K., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-12-51 

Broadway, Mary B., Box 190, Palatka 10-20-52 

Broadwell, Bert R., 620 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 4-1-52 

Broccoli, John, 300 75th Ave., St. Petersburg Beach 2-9-51 

Brock, Coy L., Vernon : 5-31-51 

Brock, Ralph E., 1400 McGinley Rd., West Palm Beach 4-28-52 

Brocksmith, Rachel, 2046 14th Ave., Vero Beach 4-11-52 

Brockus, Ruby W., 341 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 8-9-51 

Brockway, Luther B., 2595 N.W. 20th St., Miami 6-2-51 

Broder. Myron, 740 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-6-51 

Broderick, Janet L., 3903 North B St.. Tampa 4-14-52 

Broderick, Marion, 589 6th Ave. W., Bradenton 9-29-52 

Brodsky, Jerome J., 1212 N.E. 154th St., N. Miami Beach 8-2-51 

Brogden, M. Ronaldene, 505 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 9-23-52 

Broglio, Enes, Graham 9-15-52 

Bromley, Charles H., Jr., 841 S.E. 1st St., Hialeah 4-21-52 

Bronson, Richard A., Box 507, Lakeland 9-25-52 

Bronstein, S. K., 6125 S.W. 31st St., Miami 4-18-51 

Brooker, Ruth, 102 E. 14th St., Jacksonville 5-29-52 

Brookins, J. G., 411 Kelson Ave., Marianna 10-30-51 

Brookins, Warren E., 711 Buckminster Circle, Orlando 7-16-52 

Brooks, Alma F., 1531 N.W. First Place, Miami 10-19-51 

Brooks, Alton L., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 6-18-51 

Brooks, Cecile Y., Moore Haven 9-23-52 

Brooks, Celeste, Box 972, Bartow 7-15-52 

Brooks, E. B., 1035 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-19-51 

Brooks, Edsel, Rt. 2, North, Ponce de Leon 10-9-51 

Brooks, Elsie C, 832 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-12-52 

Brooks, Franklin F., 4545 Rivera St., Coral Gables 3-5-51 

Brooks, Gladys, 700 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-25-52 

Brooks, Herschel E., Room 108 Court House, Jacksonville.--3-13-52 

Brooks, H. Marjorie, 221 N.E. 11th St., Miami 6-9-51 

Brooks, James A., Box 161, Brooksville 3-10-52 

Brooks, Keller R., 928 Hawthorne St., Tallahassee 4-30-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



381 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Brooks, L. E., 29 E. Union St., Jacksonville 7-24-51 

Brooks, L. M., 1005 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 8-21-51 

Brooks, Margaret, 4 N.E. 15th St., Homestead 3-31-52 

Brooks, Marjorie S., Rt. 3, Box 313, Ft. Lauderdale 10-8-51 

Brooks, Martha, 801 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 2-14-52 

Brooks, Mildred E., Box 48, West Palm Beach 7-7-52 

Brooks, Roy H, Sr., 320 S.W. 26th Rd., Miami 8-30-51 

Brooks, S. B., Box 611, Ocala 7-19-51 

Brooks, T. L., Jr., 1700 N. Dixie Ave., West Palm Beach 8-4-52 

Brooks, Virginia R., Box 156, Brooksville 11-24-52 

Brooks, Vivian S., P.O. Box 22, Fla. A. & M. College, 

Tallahassee 7-27-52 

Brophy, Ruth A., Foley-Carter Ins. Agency, St. Petersburg 1-31-51 

Brosnaham, Henry A., HI, Box 1348, Pensacola 12-31-52 

Brosnan, H. L., P.O. Box 1899, Miami 3-28-52 

Brossier, J. Fenwick, 1240 N.W. 4th St., Miami 6-13-52 

Brossier, R. Bazile, Rt. 2, Cocoa 1-24-51 

Brothers, Earl P., 622 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-15-51 

Brougham, Herbert C, 921 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-31-51 

Broughton, Georgia K., P.O. Box 1460, Ft. Lauderdale 6-21-51 

Browand, Helen M., 3039 S.W. 38th Ct., Miami 1-7-52 

Brower, I. O, Jr., 960 Melbourne Ave., Melbourne 4-9-52 

Brown, A., Box 977, Tampa 8-11-52 

Brown, A. E., Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 1-11-51 

Brown, Aaron R., 411 7th St., West Palm Beach 10-8-51 

Brown, Alice O, 320 N.W. 116th St., Miami 2-12-52 

Brown, Alise, 323 Camilo Ave., Coral Gables 9-11-51 

Brown, Amos P., 334 South St., Marianna 12-15-52 

Brown, Anne L., Box 2065, Dania 6-6-51 

Brown, Annice, Box 405, Milton 12-15-52 

Brown, Ansel L., 714 S. Walker St., Live Oak 12-5-51 

Brown, Arthur, 3701 6th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-28-51 

Brown, Arthur Jack, No. 1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-13-52 

Brown, B. N., Sr., Box 2586, Wabasso 3-25-52 

Brown, Benj. F., Jr., 609 E. Riverside Dr., Ft. Myers 11-5-51 

Brown, Bernice K., Macclenny 4-7-52 

Brown, Bette Ann. 1233 10th St., Miami Beach 4-30-51 

Brown, Blanche, Box 1968, Tampa 8-16-51 

Brown, Broadus C, 1900 Kuhl Ave., Orlando 2-11-51 

Brown,, C. Frederic, 811 duPont Bldg., Miami 12-12-51 

Brown, Carol G., Box 1826, Hollywood 1-22-51 

Brown, Cecile M., 545 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 8-23-52 

Brown, Charles R. P., Box 13, Ft. Pierce 2-25-52 

Brown, Clara May, 3225 V 2 E. Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 6-25-51 

Brown, D. Waldo, Box 98, Eastpoint 8-5-52 

Brown, Doris C, 501 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 6-14-51 

Brown, Dorothy, 1135 N.E. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-26-51 

Brown, E. S., Main and Palm, Sarasota 5-27-52 

Brown, Edgar F., Jr., 16 W. Madison St., Lake City 3-8-51 

Brown, Edward A., Jr., 8163 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-7-52 

Brown, Eleanor June, 1011 Hunter Ave., Orlando 9-11-52 

Brown, Eleanore H, 1216 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 5-14-51 

Brown, Evelyn, 2909 Forbes St., Jacksonville 7-25-52 

Brown, Frank M., 3011 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 7-28-52 



382 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Brown, Garvin DeF., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 4-8-52 

Brown, Geo. L., Box 508, Clearwater 4-1-51 

Brown, George L., Jr., Box 716, Clearwater 8-29-52 

Brown, Gertrude K., Rt. 1, Box 466, Dade City 8-28-51 

Brown, Harley C, 2023 Harrison St., Orlando 8-21-51 

Brown, Helen, Box 98, Greenville 3-23-52 

Brown, Ida M., 308 11th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-29-52 

Brown, Ida M., 4719 Knights Ave., Tampa 4-7-52 

Brown, Ira W., 19 S.W. First Ave., Gainesville 12-23-52 

Brown, Isabelle D., 627 N.E. 8th Ave., Gainesville 5-21-52 

Brown, J. Edmond, 380 N.W. 131st St., Miami 8-25-52 

Brown, J. Thomas, 6066 S.W. 27th St., Miami 8-1-51 

Brown, James G., Jr., Box 272, Marianna 6-3-52 

Brown, Jean, 274 N.E. 57th St., Miami 4-30-51 

Brown, Joe E., 426 W. 2nd St., Holly Hill 12-18-52 

Brown, Joel G., 841 N.W. 32nd Ct., Miami 10-10-52 

Brown, John O, U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Sta., Adm. Bldg., 

Sanford 7-30-51 

Brown, John F., Box 2391, Jacksonville 3-18-52 

Brown, Julius E., Jr., 443 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 11-30-51 

Brown, K. E., 910 Cleveland St., Clearwater 10-12-52 

Brown, Kathryn, 711 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 6-26-52 

Brown, Kenneth E., Venice Nokomis Bank Bldg., Venice 9-24-51 

Brown, L. D., 1425 N.W. 36th St., Miami 12-1-52 

Brown, Lenora H., Box 91, Mayport 9-11-51 

Brown, Lillian N., 1521 N.W. 51st St., Miami 11-12-51 

Brown, Lois R., 24 N.Y. 60th St., Miami 7-16-51 

Brown, Lorene H., Box 792, Ocala 10-19-51 

Brown, Louise, Box 244, Bartow 9-4-51 

Brown, Louise L., 734 St. Clair St., Jacksonville 10-19-51 

Brown, Malcolm C, Box 1306, Pensacola 9-10-51 

Brown, Margaret O., 239 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 11-19-51 

Brown, Marie L., Box 6733, Coral Gables 2-16-51 

Brown, Martha Ruth, Box 71, Pensacola 9-29-52 

Brown, Mary Frances, Education Bldg., F.S.U., Tallahassee. .10-24-51 

Brown, Marvin M., Box 183, Macclenny 5-5-52 

Brown, Minnie L., 414 Palmetto St., Arcadia 2-4-51 

Brown, Muriel A., 335 Candia Ave., Coral Gables 9-15-52 

Brown, Murray, 556 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-11-52 

Brown, Myrtie G., Drawer 412, Lake City 11-13-52 

Brown, Myrtle, 609 E'. Riverside Dr., Ft. Myers 11-5-51 

Brown, Nat, 1013 5th St., Miami Beach 7-21-51 

Brown, Nell B., 916 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 1-24-51 

Brown, Neta W., 4777 S.W. 5th Terrace, Miami 5-12-52 

Brown, Newell, 2045 N.W. 36th St., Miami 2-28-51 

Brown, Perry C, Box 375, Leesburg 12-9-51 

Brown, Reba C, 1013 5th St., Miami Beach 8-15-52 

Brown, Robbye B., Box 166, Center Hill 2-8-51 

Brown, Russell H., Route 5, Box 1145, Miami 3-13-52 

Brown, S. L., 2207 W. Gregory St.. Pensacola 5-11-51 

Brown, Tom Fairfield, 1212 Wallace S Bldg., Tampa 11-21-51 

Brown, Virginia, Box 401, Miami Springs 8-17-51 

Brown, Virginia C, 418 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-16-51 

Brown, Warren C, Box 428. Punta Gorda 4-17-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 383 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Give?i 

Brown, William C, 2484 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-5-51 

Brown, Wm. E., 214 Polk St., Tampa 10-12-51 

Brown, Wm. J., 510 Langford Bldg., Miami 1-11-51 

Browne, Charlotte C, Box 2338, Ft. Lauderdale 10-16-52 

Browne, Lila D., 11300 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-6-51 

Browne, Lynn D., 635 N.E. 129th St., North Miami 3-3-52 

Browne, Rosemary W., 601 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 6-9-52 

Brownfteld, A. H., 1001 N. Mills St., Orlando 5-26-52 

Brownfield, Pope H., 1331 W. Central Ave., Orlando 12-21-51 

Browning, D. B., 1314 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 10-16-51 

Browning, F. S., 412 Palm St., Ocala 1-8-51 

Browning, Gertrude W., 437 Ellis St., Sarasota 1-24-51 

Browning, Helen P., Box 1, Madison 8-5-51 

Browning, Nan T., Box 144, Bradenton 2-27-52 

Broxson, Eugene E., Box 554, Crestview 2-22-52 

Bruce, Albert, 120 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach 12-28-51 

Bruce, Betty R., 3rd Floor First Federal Bldg., Miami 2-25-52 

Bruce, Hugh G., Town Hall, Palm Beach 10-18-51 

Brucker, Alfred E., 547 N.W. 49th St., Miami 11-13-52 

Brugh, Ronald, Box 805, Tallahassee 10-3-51 

Brumbaugh, Catharine W., 1021 E. Amelia Ave., Orlando 12-9-52 

Brumbaugh, Erma R., 45 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 10-6-52 

Brumfiel, Betty J., 811 Third St. Court W., Bradenton 1-28-52 

Brummer, H. L., 101 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-11-51 

Brunner, Lucille R., 16340 Dixie Highway, 

North Miami Beach 8-20-52 

Brunning, Anne M., 130 N. 18th St.. Ft. Pierce 6-16-52 

Bruno, A. M., 106 North A St., Pensacola 3-3-52 

Bruno, Angela S., 701 W. Mallory St., Pensacola 3-10-52 

Bruno, Joseph, Rt. 2, Box 295. Ft. Pierce 1-2-51 

Brunson, J. T., 1015 N. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 12-7-52 

Brunson, R. M., Box 137, Gainesville 6-6-52 

Bruorton, John Robert, Box 15, Riviera Beach 9-17-52 

Brush, Aileen C, Box 384, St. Petersburg 5-16-52 

Brush, J. W., Jr., c/o Eli Witt Cigar Co., Bradenton 12-16-51 

Brush, Muriel, 711 Langford Bldg., Miami 1-5-51 

Brusiloff, Henry M., Box 115, St. Petersburg 5-30-52 

Brust, C. V. 607 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 2-25-52 

Bruton Dorothy B., 1750 Walker Ave., Winter Park 6-25-51 

Brutcn, Jas. D., Jr., Box 33, Plant City 6-26-51 

Bruton, Willie J., 414 N. Westmoreland Dr., Orlando 9-24-51 

Bryan, Burton C, 616 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 12-22-51 

Bryan, Doril. 3849 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 1-23-51 

Bryan, Gerald O., 220 Park Ave., Lake Wales 10-11-51 

Bryan, Helen M., Rt.l, Box 110-B, Sanford 5-25-51 

Bryan, John W. 511/15 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 9-10-51 

Bryan, Juanita B., 1715 Perry St., Jacksonville 9-15-52 

Bryan, R. C, 4214 Granada St., Tampa 6-24-52 

Bryan, R. L., 1018 E. Yonge St.. Pensacola 5-18-51 

Bryan. Roland W., Box 32, Gainesville 11-4-52 

Bryan, Ted, Box 816, Panama City 6-30-52 

Bryan, Truman, 52 N.W. 9th St., Miami 11-19-51 

Bryan, W. L., Box 5, Jasper 1-17-52 



384 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bryan, Walter H., Rt. 5, Box 391, Jacksonville 2-26-51 

Bryant, A. Parker, 256 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 3-20-52 

Bryant, Dorothy R., Box 305, Hialeah 10-20-52 

Bryant, Edna M., 515 Main St., Jacksonville 2-12-51 

Bryant, James B., 53 Spring Ave., St. Augustine 4-7-51 

Bryant, James E., 848 Tyler St., Jacksonville 5-28-51 

Bryant, Margaret M., P.O.Box 1241, Lakeland 2-17-51 

Bryant, Mary Edna, Box 3, Lake Wales 12-18-52 

Bryant, Monice E., Citizens Bank of Gainesville, 

Gainesville 1-2-52 

Bryant, W. C, 177 N.E. 54th St., Miami 1-29-51 

Bryce, Ruth M., 1st Natl. Bank, St. Petersburg 5-17-51 

Bryn, Janet S., 901 N.W. 71st St., Miami 5-11-51 

Bryson, A. H., 713 Beard St., Tallahassee 11-10-52 

Buchanan, Carl D., Police Department, Winter Park 1-25-51 

Buchanan, F. C, Drawer 912, Lake Wales 2-15-51 

Buchanan, Howard, Box 414, South Daytona 4-24-52 

Buchanan, L. F., Box 2585, West Palm Beach 8-30-51 

Buchanan, Lillian C, Box 338, Buena Vista St., Miami 11-28-51 

Buchanan, M.M., Box 1108, Cocoa 2-19-51 

Buchanan, V., 610 N.W. 79th St., Miami 10-30-52 

Bucher, Fred, 647 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-21-52 

Buchman, Paul S., Box 5, Plant City 10-18-52 

Bucholtz, Sam, 7 C Atlantic Natl. Bank Annex, Jacksonville. ...4-21-51 

Buchwald, E., 127 Park Ave., Tallahassee 6-20-52 

Buck, Byron B., Box 817, Apopka 8-6-52 

Buck, Donald E., Exchange Bank Bldg., St. Augustine 8-2-51 

Buckey, Esther L., Box 74, Anthony 6-4-51 

Buckles, J. Mabel, Local Board No. 16. Selective Service 

System, Lake City 6-18-51 

Buckles, Mary Ames, Box 403, Palatka 8-11-51 

Buckles, Winifred M.. 214 Professional Bldg., Lakeland 5-6-52 

Buckley, L. M., 442 N.E. 75th St., Miami 7-16-51 

Bucks, H. W., 62, N.E. 27th St., Miami 10-3-52 

Budde, Frances R., 1734 22nd Ave., St. Petersburg.. 12-31-52 

Buffa, Phyllis, 512 Franklin St., Tampa 2-1-51 

Buffett, W. Robert, 665 DeSoto Dr.. Miami Springs 10-10-51 

Buffington, Emily S.. City Manger's Office, Ocala 8-24-51 

Buffkin, J. D., 2097 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 7-18-52 

Bugasch, Wilhelmina D.. 900 N.W. 46th St., Miami 9-29-52 

Buhl, H. E., 2935 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 2-22-51 

Buhl, Leland E., 609 E. 10th St., Ocala 1-21-52 

Buker, Charles E., Jr.. 1596 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-15-51 

Bull, H. B.. P.O. Box 382, Dunedin 6-1-52 

Bulla, Mildred, 207 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-16-51 

Bullard, Dollie, 604 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 4-1-52 

Bullard, Douglass B., 221 E. Stuart Ave., Lake Wales 9-2-51 

Bullard, Ernest S., Box 202, Palm Beach 4-28-51 

Bullard, Esther A.. P.O. Box 1228, Orlando 4-4-51 

Bullard, Lucille, 2233 Oak St., Jacksonville 11-13-51 

Bullard, Mildred, 306 W. Bullard, Lake Wales 4-2-52 

Bullard, Virginia L.. 634 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-11-52 

Bullis, James J., 2412 Central Ave.. St. Petersburg 9-17-51 

Bullman, Douglas, 434 S.W. 24th Rd., Miami 12-21-52 

Bullock, Irene M., 1319 N.W. 41st St., Miami 3-10-52 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 385 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bullock, Marie, 1614 N. Magnolia St., Ocala 10-2-51 

Bullock, R. E., Live Oak 12-10-51 

Bumgardner, W. H., 808 Woodward Ave., Orlando 4-7-51 

Bunch, Donald R., 8524 Ola Ave., Tampa 3-19-51 

Bunker, Myrtle M., 2791 N.W. 79th St., Miami 11-19-51 

Bunnell, Virginia, 1365 Pinebrook Dr., Clearwater 1-11-52 

Bunney, Robert H., 5876 Norwood Ave., Jacksonville 9-18-51 

Bunting, Zeda N., Rt. 2, Box 144, Brooksville.. 10-8-51 

Burch, Henry M., 28 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 9-8-51 

Burbridge, Dorothy S., 412 12th St., West Palm Beach 6-4-51 

Burbridge, John D., 410 12th St., West Palm Beach 10-15-51 

Burch, Naomi N., P.O. Box 1362, Tampa..... 10-25-51 

Burdashaw, Agnes E., 117 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 9-8-52 

Burdette, Margaret A., 1423 51st Ave., N., St. Petersburg 5-30-52 

Burdette, Patricia. 735 S. Oak Ave., Bartow 6-20-51 

Burger, Carl L., Box 4068, Jacksonville 2-22-51 

Burger, C. C, 415 12th St. W., Bradenton 12-10-52 

Burgert, Al P., 3622 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 7-8-52 

Burgess, B. A., 2828 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-23-52 

Burgess, Cass H, 3160 17th Ave., S., St. Petersburg 2-19-51 

Burgess, Marion W., Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg. ...11-15-52 

Burgess, R. Alleta, 1330 Mayberry Ave., Daytona Beach 8-13-51 

Burgess, R. H., Jr., P.O. Box 673, West Palm Beach 1-31-52 

Burgess, W. M., 553 N.W. 19th St., Miami 10-29-51 

Burghart, Frank G., 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 10-15-52 

Buria, Aida, 3310 12th Ave., Tampa 9-10-51 

Burke, Charles W., 2412 Burlington Ave., N., St. Petersburg..5-26-52 

Burkhalter, Betty Jean, Box 63, Eustis 6-20-52 

Burkhardt. Frances C, 308 Cocoanut Row, Apt. No. 4, 

Palm Beach 10-8-52 

Burkhead, J. J., Ill N. Helm Place, Daytona Beach 1-31-51 

Burkins, Ethel E., P.O. Box 2499, Miami 8-9-51 

Burks, John S., P.O. Box 6, Dade City 12-9-52 

Burleson, Eben L., 1300 E. Blount St., Pensacola... 2-26-52 

Burmaster, Norma E., 2327 Lee St., Hollywood 5-6-52 

Burn, E. S., 421 N. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 3-1-51 

Burnell, Andrew F., 1367 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-21-51 

Burnett, Arlene P., Box 242, Bartow 3-17-52 

Burnett, Mrs. H. L., 115 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand 10-24-52 

Burnett. Nelle G., Box 14, Madison 10-29-51 

Burnett, W. A., Sr., 616 N. Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 2-5-52 

Burney, Elizabeth, 1315 E. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 7-18-52 

Burnham, Martha, P.O. Box 990, Jacksonville 1-29-51 

Burns, Dorothy M., 1251 N.W. 53rd St., Miami 10-28-52 

Burns, Edward W., 79 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 5-11-51 

Burns, Frank T., 415 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-29-52 

Burns, Ida, Rt. 4, Box 233, Tallahassee 2-17-52 

Burns, Joe P., Jr., 126 E. Duval St., Lake City 4-18-52 

Burns, Kenmcre, Jr., 607 1st Ave., N., St. Petersburg 5-6-52 

Burns, N. S., Jr.. P.O. Box 666, Dade City 11-23-51 

Burns, S. B., Box 700, Quincy 2-6-51 

Burns, Sue, 7230 S.W. 5th St., Miami 9-14-51 

Burns, Thelma, Box 361, Leesburg 12-14-51 

Burns, W. J., 320 Cannon St., Apt. 3, Lakeland 11-12-51 

Burnside, Martha S., 201 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 2-12-51 



386 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Burr, Mabel P., 16 S. Laura St., Jacksonville 2-14-52 

Burr, Raymond O., 1118 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-6-52 

Burrell, Leonard, Rt. 5, Box 444, Pensacola 9-5-51 

Burrill, Norman F., 2900 9th St., N., St. Petersburg 10-10-52 

Burritt, Kenneth B., Lincoln Drexel Bldg., Miami Beach 12-22-51 

Burrows, Patricia L., 1110 Falcon Ave., Miami Springs 7-25-52 

Burrows, Urbane J., 1116 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach.. 9-29-52 

Burry, E., Box 178, Princeton 9-17-51 

Burse, Aubrey, Bex 1, West Palm Beach 1-23-51 

Burt, Clyde, 8006 10th St., Tampa 8-27-51 

Burt, L. A., 1803 S.W. 8th St., Miami 5-16-51 

Burt, Pauline S., The Dania Bank, Dania 4-9-51 

Burton, A. N., 2031 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 2-27-52 

Burton, Ann, P.O. Box 342, Crescent City 2-29-52 

Burton, Burt, Box 777, Hallandale 10-27-52 

Burton, Ellen O., Box 1165, Ft. Lauderdale 7-11-51 

Burton, E. W., Box 246, Homestead 8-13-52 

Burton, John W., Box 426, Wauchula 10-27-52 

Busbee, Betty B., Linden Lane, Lake Wales 9-8-52 

Busby, R. F., 1636 N.W. 5th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 8-2-51 

Busby, R. F., 1636 N.W. 5th Ave., Ft. Laudeddale 8-2-51 

Busching, June C, Busching-Cotton Realty Co., 

Park Ave., Tallahassee 11-24-52 

Bush, Emma Mae, 1212 W. 6th St., Jacksonville 3-15-51 

Bush, Horace T. G., Rt. 4, Box 1042, Lakeland 3-12-51 

Bush, Irving A., 1245 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach 1-18-51 

Bush, James R., 151 N.W. 36th St., Miami 11-16-52 

Bush, Mildred L., 97 N.W. 69th St., Miami 9-14-51 

Busiere, Mary K., 69 N.W. 26th Ave., Apt. 5, Miami 10-27-52 

Bush, William, 809 Catalina Place, Coral Gables 5-15-52 

Busing, Ruth S., P.O. Box 1263, Lakeland 8-23-51 

Bussey, Elizabeth R., 1637 Fernando Dr., Tallahassee 3-8-52 

Butcher, Robert E., 801 Cleveland St., Clearwater 12-4-52 

Butelli, Robert R., 25 N.W. 86th St., Miami 10-13-52 

Butler, Anita F., 1275 N.W. 55th Terrace, Miami 3-20-52 

Butler, D. E., Cross City 12-10-52 

Butler. Eleanor S.. 314 Roper Bldg., Miami 8-27-52 

Butler, F. B., Box 1191, St. Augustine 8-25-52 

Butler, J. I., Rt. 2, Box 982, Tampa 10-11-52 

Butler, I. M., 1005 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 5-26-52 

Butler, Irving W., 1011 N. Mills St., Orlando 8-27-52 

Butler, Margaret, Box 3321, Jacksonville 8-31-51 

Butler, Mary B., 102 Court House, Jacksonville 5-21-52 

Butler, Mattibel, Yulee 7-9-51 

Butler, Raymond W., P.O. Box 310, Miami 5-20-52 

Butler, Raymond W., Jr., 446 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-23-51 

Butler, Robert B., Ellis & Spencer, Hollywood 8-25-52 

Butler, Thomas W., P.O. Box 2364, Sarasota 2-21-52 

Butler, William F., 905 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-30-51 

Butt, Nixon, 211 N. Main St., Orlando 8-4-52 

Butterfield, E. J. Bradenton Beach 5-11-51 

Buttorff, Henry W., 1011 Seybold Bldg., Miami 8-7-51 

Butts, Willis N., P.O. Box 46, Yukon 7-20-52 

Byer, Anne, 2199 N.W. 36th St., Miami 7-3-52 

Byers, Barbara R., 701 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-15-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 387 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Byers, Mary Etta, 4109 Palmira Ave., Tampa 12-1-52 

Byington, John S., 300 y 2 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-22-51 

Bykeefer, Helen, Rt. 1, Box 245, Sarasota 2-19-52 

Byleth, Florence C, 100 N.E. First Ave., Miami 12-19-51 

Byllesby, H. M., Box 788, Clearwater 8-10-52 

Byrd, Anita M., Box 162, Elkton 2-22-51 

Byrd, Ann Elizabeth, 906 Shadowlawn Ave., Tampa 2-2-51 

Byrd, C. Y., Box 705, Delray Beach, Fla 7-13-51 

Byrd, F. G., Jr., Box 1235, Tallahassee 8-13-52 

Byrd, Flossie, c/o County Judge, Ft. Lauderdale 4-26-51 

Byrd, Helen, 407 S.E. 2nd St., Gainesville 12-3-52 

Byrd, L. H., 104 N.W. First Ave., Miami 9-15-52 

Byrd, Lorraine J., Box 218, Lake Worth .....7-26-52 

Byrd, Madalyn, 325 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 1-18-52 

Byrd, M. B., Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 6-19-52 

Byrholdt, Katherine, 1030 S.W. 33 Ave., Miami 12-1-51 

Byrnes, Hugh F., 314 78th St., Miami Beach 9-26-51 

Byron, Frank B., Jr., 12210 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami.. 12-22-52 

Byrum, Joanne M., Tavernier 11-26-52 

Bywater, Robert C, 7121 S.W. 5th St., Miami 5-5-52 

Cabaniss, Royston, Box 132, Pensacola 4-23-51 

Cabeza, T. L., 4234 Redwood Ave., Jacksonville 12-17-52 

Cabot, Albert, 2927 Chestnut St., Tampa 4-4-51 

Cabot, Linwood, 111 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-2-52 

Cabot, Ted, 804 S.E. 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-21-52 

Caddell, J. C, 73 N.E. 47th St., Miami 2-14-52 

Cadle, Fred L., Box 2580, Jacksonville 5-15-52 

Cadore, Margaret J., 922 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami 10-3-51 

Cadwell, Sherwood S., Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Sanford.... 4-17-52 

Cady, Ralph Francis, 2137 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami 8-4-52 

Cafferty, Marion E., Box 377, Port Tampa City 6-20-51 

Cage, John W., Jr., 531 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-21-51 

Cagle, Cecil F., 1441 Holmesdale Rd., Jacksonville 6-29-52 

Cain, Allie, c/o Roscoe Skipper, Inc., Avon Park 2-18-52 

Calaman, Katherine, 790 S.E. 6th Place, Miami 10-26-51 

Cahill, Hattie M., Box 2596, Mulberry 6-26-51 

Cahn, Florence, 5410 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami 10-3-52 

Cain, Brunise, 1920 North Miami Ave., Miami 12-8-52 

Caine, Laura E., Box 184, Clearwater 1-10-52 

Caldwell, Doris M., Bank of Dunedin, Dunedin 5-2-52 

Caldwell, Glen, 425 Demper Dr., Jacksonville 1-19-51 

Caldwell, Hazel B., 1861 N.W. South River Drive, Miami 4-21-51 

Caldwell, James A.,- 2800 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-13-51 

Caldwell, Joys, 601 South Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater. .11-20-51 

Calhoun, Grace, 3121 9th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-2-51 

Calhoun, Grace W., 3914 Mullen Ave., Tampa 12-11-52 

Calhoun, John C, 390 V 2 Morrison St., Tampa 4-2-51 

Calhoun, Nobel P., 124 Charlotte St., St. Augustine 5-29-51 

Califf, Robert K., 3636 S. Dixie Hwy., Apt. 4, West Palm 

Beach 8-6-52 

Callaghan, Grace M., 530 Skyview Ave., Clearwater 8-16-51 

Callahan, Agnes, 220 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 3-17-52 

Callahan, Agnes, 5225 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-4-52 

Callahan, Eleanor A., 7937 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-26-51 



388 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Callahan, Harriet B., North Dade National Bank, 

North Miami 4-10-51 

Callahan, Jane, 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach 11-23-51 

Callahan, Julia C, 26 V 2 Cadiz St., St. Augustine 10-22-52 

Callaway, E. E., Hotel Colonial Inn, Blountstown 4-21-51 

Callaway, Florence, 11 N. Laura St., Jacksonville 7-10-51 

Callaway, Violet, 1017 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 2-14-52 

Callen, Kathryne, Box 1132, Tampa 5-22-52 

Calver, Miles P., 2395 S.W. 16 Terrace. Miami 4-27-51 

Camerer, Jessie B., Box 96, Melbourne 6-26-52 

Cameron, Fred C, 2315 N.W. 63rd St., Miami 7-18-52 

Cameron, Opal, 3255 N.W. 13th Terrace, Miami 2-26-51 

Caminiti, Nat, 4002 North Blvd., Tampa 5-12-51 

Cammon, Arliss W., 2505 Beaverbrook Place, Jacksonville.- .3-12-52 

Camp, Freda U., P.O. Box 40, Palmetto 1-15-51 

Camp, Gayne, 410 71st St., Miami Beach 5-21-51 

Camp, James D., Jr., Box 941, Ft. Lauderdale 3-10-52 

Camp, Robert A., Box 6182, Orlando 4-23-51 

Campau, Leo, 1748 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 4-23-52 

Campbell, E. M., Box 294, Dundee 11-2-51 

Campbell, Elva L., Box 327, Tampa 6-5-52 

Campbell, G. E., 3210 Fla. Ave., Tampa 11-30-51 

Campbell, George H., 1409 N. Westmoreland Dr., Orlando ...11-23-51 

Campbell, Jewell, First Natl. Bank Bldg., Orlando 5-28-51 

Campbell, Joseph A., Box 711, Tallahassee 3-19-52 

Campbell, Lorene, Box 508, DeFuniak Springs 10-10-51 

Campbell, Mary G., Attorney at Law, Marianna 10-3-51 

Campbell, O. S., Box 3668, Orlando 7-7-52 

Campbell, T. H., 1528 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 1-21-52 

Campion, Eileen, 1604 Congress Bldg., Miami 1-22-51 

Canan, Joseph F., 5152 Fla. Ave., Tampa 10-2-51 

Canepa, B. A., 613 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-2-52 

Canfield, John W., 2308 N.W. 36th St., North Miami Court .2-25-52 

Canington, Mrs. J. P., 310 N. 2nd Rd., Miami 5-2-51 

Cann, C. V., 333 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-23-52 

Cann, Flo G., 521 34th St., West Palm Beach 

Cannella, Mrs F., 919 9th Ave., Tampa 11-19-51 

Cannella, Sam, 1609 12th Ave., Tampa 3-22-52 

Cannon, Elna A.. 812 31st St., West Palm Beach 6-30-52 

Cannon, Irene Carolyn, Box 27, Palmetto 2-12-51 

Cannon, Margaret, College of Arts and Science, FSU, 

Tallahassee 1-28-52 

Cannon, Robert J., Box 472, Orlando : 12-4-52 

Cannon, W. A., Box 79, Lakeland 10-2-52 

Canny. Hugh J., Jr., 6001 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 9-8-52 

Cantrell, Irene, Live Oak 3-24-52 

Cantrell, James B., 1457 Challen Ave., Jacksonville 6-2-52 

Capehart, J. E., Box 382, Pensacola 11-26-51 

Capen, Hazel, 814 Cleveland St., Clearwater 2-19-51 

Capone, Ann M., 740 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-6-51 

Caporossi, Josephine Ruth, 1410 15th St. N., St. Petersburg. .2-11-52 

Cappello, Millie, 12351 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 8-13-52 

Capps, Mary S., 520 E. 8th St., Jacksonville 12-4-52 

Carden, N. J., 556 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-1-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 389 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cardone, Doris Kathryn, 232 Irvin St., Orlando 6-20-52 

Cardone, Leonard P., 7400 S.W. 39th Terrace, Miami 4-4-51 

Carey, Aleen Evans, 123 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine 3-12-51 

Carey, Dorothy F., Murdock 2-21-52 

Carey, Eugene, 8705 Highland Ave., Tampa 3-24-52 

Carey, Eva T., 617 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-7-52 

Carey, John M., 7823 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-19-52 

Cargill, Jackson A., 909 Fla. Bank Bldg., Orlando 11-13-52 

Carley, James F., 3736 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-25-52 

Carlile, Mary E., 468 N.W. 23rd Ave., Miami 1-24-52 

Carlisle, Evelyn S., 108 S.E. 4th Place, Gainesville 8-18-52 

Carlisle, J. S., 1931 7th St. S., St. Petersburg 1-28-52 

Carlisle, Louise W., Box 8987, Tampa 7-22-52 

Carlisle, Mai., 527 N.W. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-15-52 

Carlisle, Marie, 305 Morgan St., Tampa 12-2-51 

Carlisle, Mildred, 136 N.E. First St., Miami 3-26-51 

Carll, Lenore A., 7116 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 3-30-51 

Carlson, C. V., 901 Orange Ave., Winter Park 11-24-52 

Carlson, H. E., Box 291, Madison .9-20-51 

Carlson, Nina B., Cassia 1-8-51 

Carlson, Veronica, 1405 Pan Am. Bank Bldg., Miami 11-5-51 

Carlstrom, Cecilia M., 181 Prospect St., Miami Springs 8-18-52 

Carlton, A. B., 2829 Morgan St., Tampa 7-28-51 

Carlton, DeLoca, 2829 Morgan St., Tampa 7-28-51 

Carlton, Ernest E., Stanley Chevrolet Co., Pahokee.... 7-14-52 

Carlton, H. O, 3004 Woodrow Ave., Tampa 1-23-52 

Carlton, H. P., 725 Arlington Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-12-51 

Carlton, J. Ellis, Box 276, Haines City 1-29-51 

Carlton, Lawton, 1216 33rd Ave., Tampa 6-22-51 

Carmichael, H. E., Florida Bank at Orlando, Orlando 2-12-51 

Carmichael, Mildred E., Box 1266, Homestead 11-21-52 

Carmine, W. H, Jr., Box 228, Ft. Myers 10-15-51 

Carmony, R. J., 545 N.W. 127th St., Miami 9-22-52 

Carnathan, Maurice B., Ft. Walton . 1-30-51 

Carnes, R. S., 217 Franklin St., Tampa 6-3-52 

Carney, Clara B., Box 632, Homestead 2-19-51 

Carney, Dorothy G., Rt. W, Box 1162, Sarasota 8-4-52 

Carney, H. A., 1225 W. Main St., Leesburg 9-1-51 

Carney, James I., Bank of Palmetto, Palmetto 9-24-51 

Caro, Angela, 515 l / 2 Duval St., Key West 3-25-52 

Caro, G. H., Box 2055, Pensacola 5-25-52 

Caro, Thomas S., 515 V 2 Duval St., Key West 10-8-51 

Carpenter, Edward W., Box 947, Delray Beach 3-20-52 

Carpenter, F. P., Jr., Box 845, Delray Beach..... 10-18-52 

Carpenter, Glenn E., 46 4th St. S.W., Winter Haven 7-30-51 

Carpenter, J. E., 2560 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 12-12-52 

Carpenter, Jean A., 3030 Coral Way, Miami 2-22-51 

Carpenter, Walter N., Box 1607, Orlando 3-12-51 

Carpenter, Wm. B., 214 First Ave. N., St. Petersburg 4-7-52 

Carpenter, William L., Box 1125, Delray Beach 1-12-51 

Carr, Betty, Box 136, Kissimmee 1-12-52 

Carr, C. F., 401 Watson Ave., Pensacola 10-2-51 

Carr, Ethel M., 7820 N.W. 2nd Ct., Miami 3-15-51 

Carr, Eula C, 3100 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 2-26-51 



390 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Carr, Henry R., 1007 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-31-51 

Carr, Herman, 900 S. Main St., Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Carr, Jesse G., 7310 Highland Ave., Tampa 10-19-52 

Carr, Lucille Kennedy, 138 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami 4-23-51 

Carr, Una L., 142 Goodrich Ave., Sarasota 1-4-51 

Carran, Nelson H., 362 Palm Ave., Hialeah 1-22-51 

Carrasco, Virginia, Box 1080, Tampa 3-11-52 

Carrero, Nestor, Box 241, Miami 7-7-52 

Carrier, Bernice B., Box 1379, Ft. Lauderdale 8-17-51 

Carrier, Nelle, 224 W. 12th St., Jacksonville 2-7-51 

Carrington, C. H., 1010 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach. ..5-12-52 

Carrington, James H., 2908 N.W. 55th St.. Miami 5-11-51 

Can-is, Mamie H., 1547 Forest Hills Rd., Jacksonville 8-21-52 

Carroll, Catherine A., 1795 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-7-52 

Carroll, DeLos L., 1936 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville 8-20-51 

Carroll, Dorothy, Box 989, Tallahassee 4-18-51 

Carroll, Frank X., Jr., 232 N. Cary's Lane, Pensacola 5-11-51 

Carroll, Martin P., 390 Park St., Miami Springs 3-31-52 

Carroll, R. E., Box 1422, Sanford 4-2-51 

Carroll, Thelma, 208 Huntington Bldg.. Miami 10-28-51 

Carroll, Thomas J., 1760 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-10-52 

Carroll, Thomas P., Jr., 1500 Bay Rd., Miami Beach 1-17-52 

Carroll, William E., 1795 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-9-51 

Carruthers, John II, 908 First Natl. Bang Bldg.. Miami 7-20-51 

Carry, M. J., Box 463, Lake Worth 9-5-51 

Carry, T. P., Box 463, Lake Worth 3-3-52 

Carson, Edith, 3104 Beach Blvd., Gulfport 4-10-52 

Carson, Gertrude, 2265 N.W. 2nd St.. Miami ....10-21-52 

Carscn, Hugh N., 4300 5th Ave. S.. St. Petersburg 2-6-52 

Carson, M., 743 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-5-51 

Carson, Marjorie K., Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 11-25-51 

Carswell, C. Felder, 129 Central Ave., St. Augustine 2-19-52 

Carta, Rel, Box 1292, Riviera Beach 9-17-51 

Carter, Anne G., Box 4023. West Campus, Tallahassee 9-28-51 

Carter, Arlie D., 1301 Washington Ave., Eustis 11-15-51 

Carter. C, 608 Tampa St., Tampa 5-26-51 

Carter. C. Conant, Box 4961, Jacksonville 11-26-52 

Carter, Catherine, 614 30th St., West Palm Beach 11-1-51 

Carter, Catherine H., Box 146, DeLand 4-16-51 

Carter, Colin E., Jr., 513 Northwood Ave., West Palm Beach.. ..3-24-52 

Carter, E. E., 206 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-11-51 

Carter, Fae R., Box 821, Tallahassee 5-17-51 

Carter, Ford R., Box 402, Delray Beach 7-9-51 

Carter, George, Williston 4-3-52 

Carter, Gladys E., 624 S. Dixie, Lake Worth 11-6-51 

Carter, Ira J., Jr., Vidal Bldg., Gainesville 6-21-51 

Carter, J. A., 1218 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 9-6-51 

Carter, Joanne H., Box 248, Cocoa 6-13-52 

Carter, Leonard Carlysle, Box 884, Lakeland 11-2-51 

Carter, Lillian K., 904 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 4-5-51 

Carter, Nell H., 170 E. Church St., Orlando 12-7-51 

Carter, O. M., Box 217, Bagdad 2-24-52 

Carter, S. J., 5th Floor Western Union Bldg.. Tampa 3-19-51 

Carter, Sarah Kate, 308 Deering St.. Marianna 7-2-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 391 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Carter, Theo E., 2410 Main St., Jacksonville 8-10-52 

Carter, Toppy L., Jr., 2025 9th St. S., St. Petersburg 3-1-51 

Carter, Virginia, Box 4577, Jacksonville 7-17-52 

Carter, W. H., Orient Park, Tampa 3-26-51 

Carter, Wardie M., RR No. 1, Box 155, DeLand 5-21-51 

Cartus, Harold L., 1330 S.W. 73rd Place, Miami 8-11-52 

Carty, Jerome D., 901 S. Miami Ave., Miami 11-26-51 

Carty, J. W., 205 W. North St., Tampa 12-9-52 

Caruso, Edith Mae, 5343 Astral Ave., Jacksonville 6-23-52 

Caruthers, Dorothy M., Box 610, Naples 1-14-52 

Caruthers, Mary B., Box 7158, Tampa 12-13-52 

Caruthers, Uceba J., Box 248, Belle Glade 12-29-52 

Carvell, Alicia B., 7231 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 10-13-52 

Carver, A. R., Box 586, Lakeland 5-5-52 

Carver, Carlisle C, 2811 34th St., Tampa 9-11-52 

Carver, Jesse V., Box 5323, Jacksonville 11-7-52 

Carver, Kate W., Box 586, Lakeland 4-26-51 

Casale, Anthony E., 17701 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 10-10-52 

Casanave, Una, Suite 208 Miracle Bldg., Coral Gables 12-21-51 

Casanueva, Richard, 2321 North B St., Tampa 10-5-52 

Cascone, John, Box 3353, Jacksonville 1-10-52 

Case, Elinor E., 9120 N.E. 8th Ave., Miami Shores.... 6-19-51 

Case, Laurel H., 89 N.W. 1st St., Miami 4-24-52 

Case, Louise, 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-17-52 

Case, W. J., Box 162, Bowling Green 1-31-52 

Casey, Abbie A., Freeport 2-15-51 

Casey, Eugenia B., Box 1529, Tampa 8-18-51 

Casey, H. L., 521 N.W. 94th St., Miami 3-17-52 

Casey, L. E., Box 85, DeFuniak Springs 9-10-51 

Casey, Ruth R., 829 Pearl St., Jacksonville 6-25-51 

Casey, Thomas L., Jr., 3132 Post St., Jacksonville 3-12-52 

Casebier, Herbert N., Box 549, Lakeland 8-21-52 

Cash, Pauline C, Box 3382, Orlando 3-12-51 

Cash, T. R., Box 1750, Daytona Beach 9-8-51 

Cason, Alba Jean, 2136 E. Duval St., Lake City 3-24-52 

Cason, Catherine H., Box 384, High Springs 10-11-51 

Cason, Florence J., 256 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 3-31-52 

Cason, Rosemary, Box 187, Avon Park 10-22-52 

Casper, Leonora C, 2175 S.W. 19th Terrace, Miami 8-11-52 

Cassady, Louise M., 143 S. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 2-19-52 

Cassaro, Frank, 322 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 10-15-51 

Cassatt, Fred M., Box 1199, Winter Park 4-25-52 

Cassel, Alvin, 2400 S.W. 28th St., Miami 6-29-52 

Cassel, Elizabeth J., 220 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 11-27-52 

Cassel, Lionel, 1700 James Ave., Miami Beach 11-14-52 

Casselberry, Jack L., 86 Charlotte St., St. Augustine 7-1-52 

Cassels, Lloyd C, Box 637, Pompano Beach 4-10-52 

Cassen, Ernest J., 374 Pine Rd., Ormond Beach 9-23-52 

Cassen, Evelyn T., 374 Pine Rd., Ormond Beach 9-23-52 

Cassidey, Nina, 721 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-18-52 

Cassidy, Elizabeth, 512 Oak St., Palatka 9-19-52 

Cassilly, Gertrude H., Box 858, Delray Beach 12-19-52 

Castell, John W., Marathon 9-12-52 

Castellane, Natalie, 740 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 5-8-52 



392 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Castellano, Angelo, 3806 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 7-27-51 

Castellow, Marie C, Box 473, Dania 10-10-52 

Castillo, Helen R., Box 1809, Tampa 2-9-51 

Castle, Betty Jane, 203 S.E. First St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-13-51 

Castro, Ralph, 7426 N.W. 26th Ave., Miami 5-30-52 

Catalano, Jocelyn R., Box 881, Bartow 7-22-52 

Cates, Emma C, 1825 Harris Ave., Key West 2-5-51 

Catlett, Aldwyn C, 816 Ashford St., Jacksonville 8-14-51 

Catoe, Dorothy E., Box 243, Dania 8-29-52 

Caton, Dave, 25 W. Garden, Pensacola 6-12-52 

Caucci, Manlio, 3033 Coral Way, Coral Gables 9-12-51 

Caulk, Regina M., 1304 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando. ...3-17-52 

Cauthen, M. C, 300 N.W. 79th St., Miami 7-16-51 

Cavalier, Irma C, 2625 S.W. 80th Ave., Miami 4-23-51 

Cavan, John F., Box 651, St. Petersburg 4-5-51 

Cave, Marie G., 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-11-51 

Cavignac, Goldie, 1312 E. Avery St., Pensacola 3-13-52 

Caviness, Albert S., 228 S.W. 31st Ave., Miami 4-11-51 

Caviness, R. N., Box 1251, Ocala 7-19-51 

Caw, Elizabeth, 2701 E. 5th St., Panama City 9-28-52 

Caw, J. H., Rt. 1, Box 858, Panama City 8-14-51 

Cawn, Alvin S., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-23-51 

Cawood. Dorothy S., 21 Doctor Kennedy Homes, 

Ft. Lauderdale 1-17-51 

Cawthon, Lewis F., 105 Orange Ave.. DeFuniak Springs 4-20-52 

Cawthon, Victor M., 210 W. Gaines St., Tallahassee 9-19-51 

Cecil, Howard J.. 7939 Paul Jones Dr., Jacksonville 3-13-51 

Ceijas, Peter I., 305 Audubon, Tampa 4-7-52 

Celaya. John A., 2517 Dewey St., Tampa 2-23-52 

Cel ar, W. O., Room No. 5. City Hall, Jacksonville 8-2-52 

Center. Mary E., 4225 S.W. 10th St., Miami 4-28-52 

Cesin, Josephine R., 3320 S.W. 23rd Terrace, Miami 1-29-51 

Cesery, Wm. R., 239 West Adams St., Jacksonville 3-5-51 

Chachos. Marjorie. 1648 E. 21st St., Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Chadderton, Harry J., 905 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-30-51 

Chadwick, A. W., Jr., P.O. Box 892, St. Augustine 6-21-51 

Chadwick, Marie M., 1325 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 7-12-51 

Chaffee, Russell E., 3767 N.W. 36th St., Miami 11-17-52 

Chaffin, Helen W., 6311 S.W. 38th St., Miami 3-31-52 

Chaffin, Lassie, Beach Rd., Ft. Myers 4-18-51 

Chalfant, R. G.. Box 634, Clearwater 7-3-52 

Chalker, Florence C, Box 2537, Mulberry 8-18-52 

Chalkley, Katherine B., Main and Fletcher Sts., Sarasota 9-2-52 

Chamberlain, Winifred D., Box 998, Hollywood 2-26-51 

Chamberlin, Maria B., Monticello 7-2-51 

Chamberlin, Regina L., Box 551, Daytona Beach 10-30-52 

Chambers, Audrey M., Box 461, Ocala 1-25-51 

Chambers, Clarice S., 45 W. Central Ave., Room 1, Orlando .1-2-51 

Chambers, Corrie, 1126 Ingraham Bldg.. Miami 9-24-52 

Chambers, E. E., 1635 N.W. 28th St., Miami 7-9-52 

Chambers, E. H., 3190 N.W. 36th St., Miami 3-21-51 

Chambers, Flora E., Box 8, Wauchula 8-4-52 

Chambers, Florence W., 301 First Federal Bldg., Miami 9-14-51 

Chambers. H. L., Box 582, Wauchula 3-18-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 393 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Chambers, Larry, 2136 N.W. 8th Ave., Apt. C, Miami 11-6-52 

Chambliss, Henry H., P.O. Box 3155, Jacksonville 1-13-51 

Chancellor, Alice D., 514 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 4-23-52 

Chancellor, John L., Box 2323, Jacksonville 5-12-51 

Chancey, Mary G., 3871 Gadsden Rd., Jacksonville 5-26-52 

Chancey, Miriam M., 114 S. 9th St., Palatka 11-19-52 

Chandlee, L., 218 Harrison Ave., Panama City 6-18-51 

Chandler, E. Neal, 1707 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-14-52 

Chandler, Floy D., Box 1927, Sarasota 7-5-51 

Chandler, Naomi T., P.O. Box 3506, Orlando 9-4-51 

Chandler, W. H, Jr., 1232 Liberty St., Jacksonville 5-8-52 

Chandley, Edgar R., 349 Osceola Ave., Lake Wales 2-19-51 

Channel, W. A., Box 815, Arcadia 3-10-51 

Channels, Carolyn, 1 N.E. 1st St., Miami 4-17-52 

Chapin, Hope H, 204 l / 2 North Beach, Daytona Beach 6-21-52 

Chapin, Jeannette H., Box 1509, Daytona Beach 4-18-51 

Chapin, Willie O, Box 486. Englewood 2-24-51 

Chapman, Agnes J., P.O. Box 632, Orlando 5-3-51 

Chapman, Burt W., Box 364, Ft. Myers 11-1-52 

Chapman, Charlie E., Box 591, Plant City 8-14-52 

Chapman, Elizabeth, Greanleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 5-8-52 

Chapman, Floyce, Box 567, Green Cove Springs 4-18-52 

Chapman, Helen J., 1745 N.W. 54th St., Miami 7-28-52 

Chapman, Laurita, Dade County, Town of Golden Beach. ...7-18-51 

Chapman, Margaret I., 14320 N.W. 10th Ave., Miami..... 12-1-52 

Chapman, M. D., 100 N.W. 1st St., Miami 10-8-51 

Chapman, Robert N., 7 S.E. 12th St., Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-52 

Chapman, R. L., 2808 MacDill Ave., Tampa 3-12-52 

Chapman, Sam G., 611 S. Westland Ave., Tampa .....8-24-52 

Chappell, Emily S., 250 N.W. 118th St., Miami 10-20-52 

Chappell, Mary C, 641 S.W. 71st Court, Miami.. 4-6-51 

Charboneau, Doris N., 5400 S.W. 76th St., Miami 2-21-51 

Charboneau, Edw. J., 5950 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-8-51 

Charles, P. H., Jr., 642 Ave. H, N.W., Winter Haven 4-25-51 

Charles, Wm. W., 1642 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-28-52 

Charlow, Jas. Maxwell, P.O. Box 1084, Plant City 2-18-52 

Charlton, Dorothy S., 1934 Ruby St., Lakeland 6-19-52 

Chase, Anita B., 930 S. Stillwater Dr., Miami Beach 3-10-52 

Chase, Dorothy D., 6118 S.W. 42nd St., Miami 11-21-52 

Chase, Leo Curtis, 114 Central Ave., St. Augustine 12-29-52 

Chase, Mary, P.O. Box 1660, Lakeland 4-7-51 

Chaseman, Roze V., 600 Lincoln Rd. Building, Miami Beach.. 6-25-51 

Chassner, Dorothy, 302 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 1-29-51 

Chastain, Dixie Herlong, 214 Civic Bldg., Miami 2-5-52 

Chastain, Ida, 1477 N.W. 31st St., Miami 8-6-51 

Chastaine, Halbert, 2750 N.W. 22nd St., Miami 3-2-52 

Chatfield, Alma Mae, P.O. Box 309, Winter Garden 5-14-51 

Chaudoin, William C, 348 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 6-28-51 

Chauvin, Margaret, 304 Langford Bldg., Miami 7-23-52 

Chavez, Albert C, Jr., 1312 10th Ave., Tampa 8-18-52 

Chavis, Raleigh H., 7600 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami ..4-5-52 

Cheaney, Philip N., Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 2-27-52 

Cheatham, Virginia, 5995 S.W. Indian Creek Dr., 

Miami Beach 7-20-51 



394 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Checkman, Roslyn, 6932 S.W. Bay Dr., Normandy Isle, 

Miami Beach 2-20-52 

Cheek, Harold. 3160 S.W. 5th St., Miami 6-2-52 

Cheek, S. E., 814 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-7-51 

Cheesman, C. A.. P.O. Box 2551, Orlando 4-7-51 

CHeeseman, C. H.. Rt. 1. Box 468. West Palm Beach 9-14-52 

Cheetham, Viola R., 609 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-21-51 

Cheffer, Melody, 3518 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 12-11-51 

Chehy, Augusta C, 14 N. Magnolia St.. Ocala 12-3-51 

Cherrey. Patience C, 60 N.W. 19th Ave.. Apt. No. 5, Miami 7-2-51 

Cherry, Nina E., 326 Croton Way. West Palm Beach 10-13-52 

Cheshire, J. S., 894 Kennard St., Jacksonville 3-8-51 

Chestnut. Virginia Walters. 3577 Pine St., Jacksonville 8-17-52 

Chesser. William Raymond, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 518-H 

Pensacola 12-16-51 

Chester, Betty. P.O. Box 338, High Springs 3-17-52 

Chester, W. K., 815 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 9-8-52 

Chick, Sarah Mae, 1936 Temple Drive, Tallahassee 5-19-51 

Child, James K., P.O. Box 1471, Plant City 7-31-51 

Childers, Catherine B., P.O. Box 188, Buena Vista Station, 

Miami 5-20-52 

Childers, C. E., 1104 Florida Ave., Ft. Pierce 8-13-51 

Childers, Eva M., P.O. Box 1111, Tampa 8-19-51 

Childers, Opal S., P.O. Box 1372, Ft. Pierce 3-12-51 

Childress, Leroy C, 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 4-19-51 

Childs, James O., Main and Orange Sts.. Jacksonville 6-25-52 

Childs, W. T., Box 184, Panama City 5-19-52 

China, Edward L., Box 4472, Coral Gables 11-19-52 

Chiodo, Angela F., 197 N.W. 36th St.. Miami 8-29-52 

Choate, John D., Box 2207, Jacksonville 7-10-51 

Choate, Thelma N.. P.O. Box 3667, Orlando 2-26-51 

Christ, Glenda S., P.O. Box 4398. Jacksonville 10-15-51 

Christ, Homer G., Box 823, Arcadia 4-11-51 

Christe, A., 6704 Garden Ave., West Palm Beach 3-15-51 

Christensen, C. A., Box 292, Stuart 7-14-52 

Christensen, Marien H., 1220 Arlington Ave., St. Petersburg. .11-26-51 

Christensen, Mary B.. Box 1020. Sanford 6-1-51 

Christian, Delia, P.O. Box 3031. Orlando 4-22-52 

Christian, Dorothea O., 1442 Mayfair Rd., Jacksonville 12-8-52 

Christian. James T., Venice 5-19-52 

Christie, Agatha, 1551 Blvd., Jacksonville 3-22-51 

Christie, Robert, 1000 Florida Ave., Tampa 11-3-52 

Christie, Robert E. Lee, 324 Mendoza Ave., Coral Gables 9-10-51 

Christie, Welda F., 144 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-4-51 

Christian, William B., 5301 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-25-51 

Christopher, Roy, P.O. Box 27, Mount Dora 5-26-51 

Christy, Clare R., 3903 W. Flagler St.. Apt. A-7, Miami 10-24-52 

Churchill, Cora Lee, Box 1054, Jacksonville 4-23-52 

Churchman, Betty J., 715 S.W. 14th Ave., Miami 5-12-52 

Chyna, P. J.. 1220 S. Miami Ave., Miami 2-18-51 

Cianfrone, Armand A., 826 S.W. 5th Ave., Miami 7-11-52 

Cicchine, Peter J., 4121 Mobile Highway. Pensacola 8-5-52 

Cicero, John E., 1405 Courthouse, Miami 8-11-51 

Cilento, Frank J., 422 E. Buckminster Circle, Orlando 3-5-52 

Cilo, George H., 353 S.W. 6th St., Miami 6-22-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 395 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name a,7id Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cinchett, Maria J., 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-24-52 

Cipra, A. L., 318 Hayes St., Hollywood 8-23-51 

Clair, Loretta M., St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm Beach 6-13-51 

Clance, Bobbie A., P.O. Box 1049, Jacksonville 3-28-51 

Clancy, Emogene, Bronson 8-9-52 

Clanton, Juanita E., 4761 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 5-8-51 

Clanton, Margaret, 601 Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 1-30-52 

Clapps, Lois M., 475 N.W. 135th St., Miami 10-17-51 

Clark, Alice L., P.O. Box 2131, Miami 2-19-52 

Clark, Arline C, 100 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 9-19-52 

Clark, Caroline G., 866 E. Coast Dr., Atlantic Beach 8-19-51 

Clark, David H, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 727M, Tampa 8-23-51 

Clark, Don C, 330 Brent Bldg., Pensacola 6-5-52 

Clark, Dorothy P., Naples Gulf Apt. Hotel, Naples 1-27-52 

Clark, E. B., 625 N. Warrington Rd., Pensacola 1-31-52 

Clark, Edward S., 1314 Riverside Dr., Holly Hill 5-24-52 

Clark, Effie B., 1715 35th St. S., St. Petersburg 1-25-52 

Clark, F. G., 3104 Perry St., Jacksonville 6-7-52 

Clark, Florence E., 801 Florida Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville. ...4-1-52 
Clark, Florence M., 7217 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg Beach.... 10-29-52 

Clark, F. W., 264 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-5-51 

Clark, Genevieve L., Box 1002, Cocoa 4-7-52 

Clark, George T., 1128 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-26-51 

Clark, Harold R., 203 American Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 4-20-52 

Clark, H. G., Box 646, Fort Walton 5-26-52 

Clark, Helen, 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Orlando 1-23-52 

Clark, Helen, 644 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 9-4-52 

Clark, Helen B., Box 590, Ft. Pierce 7-10-52 

Clark, James G., 640 Navarre Ave., Coral Gables 11-13-51 

Clark, Jimmie Kate, P.O. Box 683, Quincy 5-24-51 

Clark, Marie L., P.O. Box 1094, Cocoa 10-1-51 

Clark, Marjorie M., 141 S. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 1-21-52 

Clark, Mattie C, 1st Natl. Bank in Palm Beach, Palm Beach 10-22-51 

Clark, Norma J., Dunedin 9-24-51 

Clark, Shirley M., 371 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 9-10-51 

Clark, Vivian, 1042 S.W. 12th Court, Miami 5-29-51 

Clark, W. F., Jr., P.O. Box 1548, St. Augustine 1-15-52 

Clarke, Douglas L., 203 Franklin St., Tampa 11-12-51 

Clarke, Ernest E., 2165 7th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 8-27-51 

Clarke, Gerald M., Box 87, Arlington 6-28-52 

Clarke, Virginia T., 1017 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 11-23-51 

Clarkin, Philip, Box 999, Hallandale 6-4-52 

Clarkson, Edward S., 825 N. Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 7-2-52 

Clary, Andrew J., 2401 Walnut St., Jacksonville 5-23-51 

Clary, Luther, Fort Walton 3-16-51 

Clausell, J. A., P.O. Box 1241, Pensacola 6-18-51 

Clausen, Agnes M., Box 1150, West Palm Beach 8-28-52 

Claville, Ida, Rt. 1, Box 176, Plant City 11-20-51 

Clawson, Wynnelle F., Chamber of Commerce, 

West Palm Beach 7-21-52 

Clay, Jack E., 1322 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-14-52 

Clay, Lucille, Box 1222, Florence Villa 12-1-52 

Claypoole, Wm. H, Rt. 1, Box 100, Daytona Beach 12-15-51 

Clayton, Anne M., 221 26th St. W., Bradenton 2-27-52 



396 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Clayton, C. A.. 1819 38th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 4-7-51 

Clayton, Charles W., Jr.. 227 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park.. ..10-7-52 

Clayton, Edward G., Court House, Monticello 11-2-52 

Clayton, James E., Box 26, Gainesville 8-3-51 

Clayton, Marie, 4945 4th St. N.. St. Petersburg 12-29-52 

Clayton, N. E.. 1605 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 8-28-52 

Clayton, Ralph R., 209 Conrad Bldg., DeLand 3-7-52 

Clayton, Raul D., Apt. 3, 3650 S.W. 9th Terrace, Miami 1-3-52 

Clayton, Ruth. 2901 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 9-27-51 

Clayton, W. H.. 231 Depot Place, Ft. Lauderdale 6-30-52 

Cleaveland, Harold H., Jr., Texan Rd., E. Pensacola Hts., 

Pensacola 3-8-51 

Cleaves, D. A., Box 1015, Lake Alfred 9-1-52 

Cleghon, Callie J., 4701 8th Ave. S.. St. Petersburg 6-6-51 

Clem, H. Alice, 1450 N. Miami Ave., Miami 6-14-51 

Clem, Katherine D., 124 2nd Ave., Daytona Beach 1-24-51 

Clemens, Alice, 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 6-27-51 

Clemens, Ethel, 55 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 2-20-51 

Clement, C. Archie, Meres Bldg., Tarpon Springs 8-28-52 

Clement, Frances R., Box 2533, West Palm Beach 6-11-52 

Clement, Frank A., Box 195, Boca Raton 6-23-52 

Clement, Sabina A., 520 Raven Dr., Miami Springs 1-24-51 

Clemente, Ramona S., 1405 Court House, Miami 7-30-51 

Clements, Elizabeth A., 910 N. Dixie West Palm Beach 6-23-52 

Clements, Allen C, Jr., 609-11 Seybold Bldg., Miami 2-14-51 

Clements, H. R., 17 N.E. 105th St., Miami 2-27-51 

Clements, J. R., P.O. Box 38, Lakeland 5-17-51 

Clements, Ray, P.O. Box 1412, Lakeland 8-20-51 

Clements, W. R.. Box 686, New Smyrna Beach 10-12-52 

Clemmer, John K., 501 Duval St., Key West 9-5-52 

Clemmons, Gordon, Court House, Bonifay 11-3-52 

Clemmons, Julia P.. 1104 Colonial Rd., Ft. Pierce 5-9-52 

demons, Dwight L., 3167 S.W. 25th Terrace, Miami 8-3-51 

Clemons, Laura D., Barnett Natl. Bank, Box 990, 

Jacksonville 7-28-52 

Clemons, Margie S., Box 103, Tallahassee 10-9-51 

Cleveland, A. E., 2026 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 10-15-51 

Cleveland, Marilyn, 915 E. Lime St., Lakeland 12-17-51 

Cleveland, Marjorie S., 524 1st St., West Palm Beach 9-9-52 

Cleveland, Natalie, 1702 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville.. ..4-14-52 

Click, W. S., 26 N.E. 110th St., Miami 12-19-51 

Cliff, Betty, 1611 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 12-22-51 

Cliff, Harold F., 819 S. McDuff Ave., Jacksonville 4-17-52 

Cliff, Lawrence, 8751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2-21-52 

Cliff, Mabel A., 819 S. McDuff Ave., Jacksonville 11-14-51 

Cliff, Rose, 1169 N.W. 46th St., Miami 3-4-52 

Cliffe, Ruth H., Box 295-R S., Miami 12-17-52 

Clifford, W. D., Box 616, Marianna 2-1-51 

Clifton, C. L., Box 33, Everglades 2-12-51 

Clifton, J. M., 1033 Central Ave.. St. Petersburg 6-12-51 

Cline. Dale V., 1825 N.E. 26th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-28-52 

Clinkscales. Hugh, P.O. Box 97, Miami 5-27-51 

Clinton, Florence H., Box 78, Ft. Lauderdale 5-16-51 

Clinton, Janet E., 4105 Garden Ave., West Palm Beach 4-19-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 397 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cloninger, Raymond, 624 Cleveland St., Clearwater 3-23-51 

Clonts, J. E., Oakland 1-25-52 

Close, Albert F., Arcadia 7-19-52 

Close, Eleanora, 5900 S.W. 41st St., Miami 4-3-51 

Closson, Helen L., P.O. Box 246, Hollywood 7-16-51 

Clossom, Jack D., 1730 N. Mills St., Orlando 9-29-52 

Clover, Ann P., Box 454, Gainesville 7-2-51 

Clutter, W. R., 20 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 4-16-51 

Clyatt, Etoile, Box 428, Wauchula... 1-7-52 

Clymer, E. Kathryn, Rt. 1, Box 1098, Miami 5-20-52 

Coakley, Rena M., 1274 N.W. 79th St., Miami 11-17-52 

Coarsey, Dorothy Toph, Tampa Municipal Hospital, Tampa.... 4-24-51 

Coates, Agnes L., 1017 Delaney Park Dr., Orlando ...11-19-52 

Coates, F. W., 205 W. Crest Ave., Tampa 7-2-52 

Coates, John B., Box 3753, Orlando 12-11-52 

Cobb, Katie B., 2044 6th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 11-8-51 

Cobb, Marion V., Box 71, Orlando 6-4-51 

Cobb, Patricia, Box 827, West Palm Beach 9-14-51 

Cobb, Robert L.. Box 2587, Jacksonville 3-4-52 

Coble, Florence M., 410 71st, Miami Beach 3-15-51 

Coburn, Margaret A., 354 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables 12-15-52 

Cochenour, P. N., 1364 Clay St., Winter Park 10-21-52 

Cochran, H. G., Jr., Box 306, Lake City 10-2-51 

Cochran, Roy, Box 722, Ft. Myers 12-11-51 

Cochran, Wendell J., Box 1146, Daytona Beach 2-7-52 

Cockerham, Frances, 210 Miramar Way, West Palm Beach.. .9-4-51 

Cocroft, Ben H., 750 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 1-27-52 

Coddon, Charlotte, 600 N.E. 26th St., Miami 3-16-51 

Coe, Charles S., Box 29, Pensacola 4-3-52 

Coe, Louise S., Box 1170, Tallahassee 10-5-51 

Coe, Mayne Reid, Jr., South Seas Motel, Riviera Beach 11-17-52 

Coen, Gina A., 1760 S.W. 13th St., Miami 8-28-52 

Cofer, Joseph B., 11415 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-16-52 

Coffee, Claude C, 10th Floor Schultz Bldg., Jacksonville 6-3-52 

Coffey, Virginia M., Box 9298, Tampa 4-7-52 

Coffrin, Milo O., Box 350, Miami 10-2-52 

Cofino, James John, 909 W. Central, Orlando... 6-20-51 

Coffre, Edwin, 609 Allapattah Station, Miami 3-8-52 

Cogan, Thomas James, 1215 Beach Dr. N., St. Petersburg 1-8-51 

Cogbill, James R., 508 Franklin St., Tampa 4-4-52 

Coggin, Elizabeth O., 319 S. MacArthur Ave., Panama City.. ..2-22-51 

Coggins, P. S., Jr., Drawer 780. Jacksonville 9-22-51 

Coggins, Sara, 312 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 7-22-52 

Cogswell, Flora, Box 71, Chiefland 6-12-52 

Cohen, Albert, 1424 N.W. 59th St., Miami 3-19-51 

Cohen, Bart L., Box 102, Tallahassee 3-12-51 

Cohen, Benjamin, 2305 Belote Place, Jacksonville 10-23-51 

Cohen, Burton M., 1504 duPont Bldg., Miami 11-22-52 

Cohen, Donald B., 159 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-23-52 

Cohen, Herman, 160 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 11-19-51 

Cohen, Irving I., 852 N.E. 124th St., North Miami 8-11-52 

Cohen, Joseph M., 821 86th St., Miami Beach 8-26-52 

Cohen, Leo, Commercial Bldg., Key West 2-29-52 

Cohen, Leon, 1835 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach 11-28-52 



398 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cohen, Lew, 840 Fifth St., Miami Beach 3-17-52 

Cohen, Murray G., 1838 S.W. 21 Terrace, Miami 4-7-51 

Cohen, Samuel O., Box 675, Homestead 3-27-52 

Cohen, Saul A., 4524 N. Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 8-8-52 

Cohn, Arthur R., 200 S. Tampa St., Tampa 3-26-51 

Cohn, Dave J., 901 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-25-51 

Cohn, Donald D., Box 1378, Jacksonville 1-29-52 

Cohn, Harold S., 412 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 2-27-51 

Cohn, J., 7421 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 1-31-51 

Cohrs, Walter S., 1441 E. Rogers St., Clearwater 8-19-52 

Coker, Austin S., Gamer 8-6-52 

Coker, Cyril, 519 Central Ave. W., Winter Haven 4-10-52 

Coker, Mildred D., 2601 E. 5th St., Panama City 2-26-52 

Colbert, Edith E., 1016 N.W. 15th St., Miami 4-12-52 

Colburn, Lucille A., 515 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland 8-6-51 

Colby, Keith V., 1312 W. Washington St., Orlando 11-17-52 

Colcord, J. Gordon, 804 1st St., Ft. Myers 12-29-51 

Cole, Betty, 4725 S.W. 8th St., Miami... 9-12-52 

Cole, Burton G., Box 3253, Orlando 6-28-51 

Cole, Dorothy C, Box 158, Hialeah 6-19-52 

Cole, Harry O., Box 540, DeLand 2-20-51 

Cole, Henry H., 505 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 8-25-52 

Cole, J. H., 218 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach .7-9-51 

Cole, Marylynn C, Box 616, Vero Beach 10-12-51 

Cole, Rex, 651 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-13-51 

Colee, James A., Box 57, St. Augustine 5-16-52 

Coleman, Betty J., Box 1052, Sarasota 5-21-51 

Coleman, C. O., Box 845, Punta Gorda 11-19-51 

Coleman, Charles W., Box V. W. Bay Sta., Jacksonville 6-16-51 

Coleman, D. C, Jr., 1316 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-12-52 

Coleman, E. T., Box 1694, Pensacola 8-17-51 

Coleman, Fletcher C, 5811 S.W. 25th St., Miami 1-22-51 

Coleman, George P., 1215 N. Tamarind Ave., 

West Palm Beach 8-10-51 

Coleman, H. Jack, 4375 S.W. 13th St., Miami 4-20-51 

Coleman, J. L., Box 1191, Daytona Beach 1-28-52 

Coleman, J. M., Box 767, Panama City 6-30-52 

Coleman, Lillie A., 609 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami 6-30-51 

Coleman, Loyce K., Box 176. Macclenny 9-9-52 

Coleman, M. H., 718 Twiggs St., Tampa 6-28-51 

Coleman, Marguaree S., 314 N.W. 2nd St., Gainesville 3-28-51 

Coleman, Maxwell, L., 605 BLscayne Bldg., Miami 12-29-51 

Coleman, Richard R., WLBE. Leesburg 4-2-51 

Colen, Jerome I., Box 102, Tamiami Station, Miami 11-24-52 

Colen, Mildred B., Box 102, Tamiami Station, Miami 6-30-52 

Coles, Agnes H., 2407 11th Ave. W., Bradenton 4-26-52 

Coles, Arthur L., 2730 37th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-2-52 

Coles, Walter A., 1305 S.W. 8th St., Miami 11-16-51 

Coller, Glenn B., 12000 N.E. 16th Ave., Miami 1-8-52 

Colley, B. R., 701 14th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-29-52 

Collier, C. H., Everglades 10-14-51 

Collier, Doris, 6738 N.W. 23rd Place, Miami 11-7-51 

Collier, G. A., 312 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-6-52 

Collier, Mary A., Box 469, Sarasota 5-11-52 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 399 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Colliflower, Owen, 5765 S.W. 48th St., Miami 10-24-52 

Collingwood, R. L., 104 N. Main St., Gainesville 7-9-51 

Collins, Billy F., 117 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 9-13-51 

Collins, Cecil A., 67 S. Ridgewood Dr., Sebring 8-18-51 

Collins, Chas. W., 1350 N.W. 28th St., Miami 4-30-51 

Collins, Clifford W., 2125 N.W. 44th St., Miami 5-3-51 

Collins, Collie W., 234 W. Central Ave., Orlando 5-7-52 

Collins, Doris Mae, 527 E. Church St., Jacksonville 3-21-52 

Collins, Edna D., 1602 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-28-52 

Collins, Eileen, Box 579, Gainesville 9-10-51 

Collins, John W., Box 51, Homestead 2-4-52 

Collins, Kristina N., 503 Fla. Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg.. ..5-27-51 

Collins, Louise E., 1758 S.W. 21st Ter., Miami 3-25-52 

Collins, M. O., 914 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-23-52 

Collins, Madge E., 305 Morgan St., Tampa 4-19-51 

Collins, Mary Ellen, Barry College, Miami 12-15-52 

Collins, Maureen, 310 S. Akron Ave., Stuart 9-11-52 

Collins, S. C, Rt. 8, Box 110, Tampa 6-16-52 

Collins, Susan, Box 216, Panama City..... 10-12-51 

Collins, T. B., Court House, Ft. Lauderdale 9-25-52 

Collins, Thomas M., 711 N. L St., Lake Worth 2-20-52 

Colman, Malvina G., 231 Miracle Bldg., Coral Gables 3-7-52 

Colmer, Doris J., St. Cloud 6-16-51 

Cclson, Geneva K., 305 S. Adams St., Tallahassee 8-2-51 

Colson, H. H., 3 S.E. 1st Ave., Gainesville 10-9-52 

Colson, Wilhelmina, 2732 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-10-52 

Colson, W. W., Jr., 2732 S.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami 2-28-51 

Colter, Maurice W., 1309 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft Lauderdale 2-9-51 

Colton, A. L., 2032 Walton St. S., St. Petersburg... 12-19-51 

Combs, Mary S.. 500 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 6-19-52 

Combs, Winifred M., 666 N.E. 115th St., Miami 6-13-52 

Comeaux. C. Stewart, Oklawaha 10-6-52 

Comis, Marshall H., 115 N.E. 71st St., Miami 3-25-52 

Comm, Herbert E., 720 S.W. 7th St., Miami. 12-3-51 

Commander, J. M., Rt. 1. Westville 2-23-52 

Ccmpton, Doris T., 7403 Lem Turner Rd., Jacksonville 9-20-51 

Compton, Evelyn K., 1030 Stockton St., Jacksonville. 10-23-51 

Compton, George W., 32 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 1-28-52 

Compton, Louise O., 1034 N.W. 34th St., Miami 5-29-51 

Comstock, Donna A., 5 Country Club Dr., Winter Park 3-10-52 

Cona, Mary C, 1903 20th Ave., Tampa 5-16-51 

Conat, May Day, 426 N.E. 34th St., Miami 2-2-51 

Conb&y, Emma H, 408 Daniels St., Orlando 3-27-52 

Conder, Phil W., 418 Fluvia Ave., Coral Gables 8-14-52 

Condermann, Joseph, 2385 S.W. 10th St., Miami 2-11-52 

Condict, Evelyn B., Box 1319, Orlando 5-21-51 

Condict, Marjorie S., 108 Park Ave. N., Winter Park 8-13-51 

Cone, Mildred, 702 S. Duval St., Tallahassee 3-1-51 

Conger, Florence, 30 Crandon Blvd., Biscayne Key, Miami 7-7-52 

Congleton, Lonald B., 3200 Oberlin, Orlando 5-1-52 

Conklin, J. Allen, 3016 Fla. Ave., Tampa..... 2-27-51 

Conklin, S. P., 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 1-17-52 

Ccnkling, Virgil B., Box 426, Titusville 5-5-52 

Conlee, Wendell F., Box 108, Sarasota 3-3-52 

Conley, Howard A., Box 635, Bradenton 2-20-51 



400 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Conley, Jean, 810 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-11-51 

Conley, Leah, Rt. 1, Titusville 5-15-52 

Conley, Thelma D., 330 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 5-21-52 

Conlon, Frank C, Box 220, Hollywood 3-19-51 

Conlon, R. L., Box 220, Hollywood 3-19-51 

Conn, Annie L., Box 190, Lake City 12-5-51 

Conn, Robert E.. 1st Natl. Bank, Palm Beach 4-16-52 

Conn, Yvette, 2223 Taylor St., Hollywood 1-5-51 

Connell, John E., 5732 31st St. S., St. Petersburg 3-17-52 

Connell, Mary L., Box 483, Sarasota 4-24-52 

Connell, N. L., Box 43, Station G, Jacksonville 12-11-52 

Connell, Truman F., Box 2085, Delray Beach 3-27-52 

Connelly, Jane, 109 Madison, Tampa 6-14-51 

Conner, Bernice P., Box 91, Tavares 10-4-51 

Conner, Kathleen A., State Auditing Dept., Tallahassee 11-23-51 

Conner, Lucille, Box 764, Starke 1-28-52 

Conner, Martha, Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-6-51 

Conner, Millard L., 340 Massalina Dr., Panama City 12-12-51 

Conner, Robert D., Jr., Box 919, Panama City 3-25-52 

Connolly. Geraldine, 2421 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 12-19-52 

Connolly, W. C, Box 524, St. Augustine 3-16-52 

Connor, Bernice S., 550 Brickell Ave., Miami 1-1-52 

Connor, Ruth H. 810 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-8-51 

Conrad, Barbara Ann, 948 N. Massachusetts Ave., Lakeland. ...7-18-51 

Conrad, Evelyn, 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 2-19-51 

Conrath, Fred E., 2817 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-16-51 

Conroy, Clifton J., 741 S. 7th St., South Miami 5-15-52 

Consonni, Norbert, Bex 2833, Orlando 8-28-52 

Constans, Mary E., Box 1802, Delray Beach 11-23-51 

Constantine, Gregory, 580 N.W. 40th St., Miami 7-29-51 

Consegura, Sirio, 1620 N.W. 40th St., Miami 7-29-51 

Conviser, Albert A., 2213 Calais Dr., Miami Beach 4-22-52 

Conway, Lorenzo G., 1192 W. 21st St., Jacksonville 2-9-52 

Conway, Virginia, c/o Crofton, Wilson & Brewer, Titusville 2-9-52 

Conwell, Raymond M., 132 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 8-14-51 

Coogler, Estelle N., 4340 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 7-2-51 

Cook, Bettye B., State Auditing Dept., Tallahassee 6-25-52 

Cook, Edwin L., 1400 N.W. 53rd St., Miami 5-23-51 

Cook, Elizabeth T., 311 Watula St., Ocala 7-20-51 

Cook, Hugh V., 745 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 6-6-52 

Cook, J. F., Box 33, Crestview 9-7-52 

Cook, J. W., Box 215, Bagdad 12-20-51 

Cook, LeRcy W., Box 22, Rt. 2, Miami 4-27-51 

Cook, Lois C, 210 Westridge Dr., Tallahassee 4-25-51 

Cook, Mabel O, Box 900, Leesburg 8-20-52 

Cook, Mabel R., 775 19th Ave N., St. Petersburg 8-3-51 

Cook, Madeline, 1262 N.E. 111th St., Miami 3-15-51 

Cooke, M. O., 701 S.W. 8th St., Miami 7-28-52 

Cooke, M. O., Jr., 701 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-31-51 

Cooke, Virgil C, Jr., 2 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth 8-8-51 

Cooley, Edna V., Box 665, Lynn Haven 7-6-51 

Cooley, Mary, 1627-A 18th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-14-51 

Coombs, Elizabeth B., Box 1016. Anna Maria 12-20-52 

Coon, E. Martha, Box 807, Clermont 10-6-52 

Coon, James A., 2409 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 3-8-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 401 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cooper, A. T., Jr., Box 85, Clearwater 1-19-51 

Cooper, Anne H., 1210 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-21-52 

Cooper, C. A., Sr., 4050 N.W. 29th St., Miami 7-27-51 

Cooper, Charleen F., 721 N.E. 4th St., Gainesville 7-18-52 

Cooper, Charles L., Drawer B Auburndale 10-1-51 

Cooper, Chas. P., 2622 Herschel St., Jacksonvillle 6-13-51 

Cooper, Clyde, 1729 Laura St., Jacksonville 7-30-52 

Cooper, Cora Edith, Box 181, Jacksonville 10-8-51 

Cooper, Dorothy I., Box 1870, Tampa 1-29-51 

Cooper, Dorothy M., 816 N. Palafox St., Pensacola ...11-13-52 

Cooper, Edith Held, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 3-10-52 

Cooper, Edna, 341 Spruce St., Jacksonville 2-18-52 

Cooper, Erbin J., Box 246, Graceville 9-5-52 

Cooper, George V., Box 407, Gainesville 1-24-52 

Cooper, J. Fenimore, Box 3511, Orlando 11-12-52 

Cooper, J. M., Jr., Box 417, Graceville 11-20-52 

Cooper, Katharine, 1227 Eutaw Place, Jacksonville 2-26-51 

Cooper, M. E., 1441 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-29-52 

Cooper, Marion B., 1669 S.W. 14 Terrace, Miami 3-2-51 

Cooper, R. M., P.O. Box 628, Miami 1-27-51 

Cooper, Richard H, 209 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 12-28-52 

Copeland, George D., Jr., Box 5003, S. Jacksonville 3-2-51 

Copeland, George M., Box 1259, Tampa 10-27-51 

Copeland, Helen M., 1st Natl. Bank, Bradenton 6-25-51 

Copeland, James M., Box 216, Madison 2-19-51 

Copeland, Mildred, Box 1809, Tampa 4-16-52 

Copeman, Fred M., Box 86, Beuna Vista Sta., Miami 4-21-51 

Copher, Ermon, Rt. 3, Box 972, Tampa 10-29-52 

Copinus, Margaret, Box 152, Miami 6-19-52 

Copland, Julia S., Box 1001, Tallahassee 3-19-51 

Coram, Ida B., 5301 Branch Ave., Tampa 4-27-51 

Corbett, A. O., Jr., Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-9-52 

Corbett, Ethel L, Box 1268, St. Augustine 7-12-52 

Corbett, G. L., 3452 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville 1-23-52 

Corbett, Rachel, Box 584, Ft. Pierce 1-16-52 

Corbett, Tommy Stuart, 207 Broward St., Tallahassee 5-16-52 

Corbitt, Betty S., Box 2998, Hollywood 5-14-51 

Cordell, J. W., 1204 N. Monroe, Tallahassee 7-16-52 

Cordray, Anne B., Ill Broadway, Daytona Beach 7-12-51 

Cordray, George M., 407 Laura St., Jacksonville 1-22-51 

Corenblum, Ida Mae, 12845 N.W. 1st Ave., Miami 3-14-52 

Cork, Delores, Box 1531, Tampa 4-11-52 

Cork, T. C, Box 703, Clermont 10-6-52 

Corker, Paul G., Box 691, Bradenton 10-18-51 

Corlis, Lucille K., 521 Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne 11-27-52 

Corn, E. W., Box 464, 22nd St. Sta,, St. Petersburg 2-8-51 

Cornelius, Anne M., 401 Anderson St., Orlando 8-9-51 

Cornelius, Mary M., 804 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach 8-9-51 

Cornelius, Peggy L., Box 463, Allapattah Sta., Miami 11-12-52 

Cornell, Edith L., 3607 Oak St., Jacksonville 4-22-52 

Cornell, Elmer O, 2745 N.E. 19th St., Ft. Lauderdale 10-22-52 

Cornell, Margaret S., 1205 S.E. 8th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-10-51 

Cornell, Nora B., 324 Broadway, Kissimmee 9-20-51 

Cornwell, Donald M., Box 520, Ft. Lauderdale 3-21-52 

Corredor, Josephine, Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach 7-2-51 



402 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Correia, Helen, Box 2859, Miami 3-29-51 

Corrick, M. H.. 185 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine 6-28-51 

Corrigan. H. E., 687 A Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-14-52 

Corry, Beatrice B., Rt. 1. Box 170, Melbourne 8-7-52 

Cortez, James W„ 1774 E. 23rd St., Jacksonville 2-21-52 

Cortina. Angel, 2920 S.W. 1st St., Miami 10-13-52 

Cortina, Dorthea B., 114 Menores Ave., Coral Gables 4-7-52 

Cortino, I. J., Box 5. Mango 7-20-51 

Corwin, R. A., 2974 N.W. 30th St.. Miami 6-25-51 

Cory, Betty, 7011 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami 10-6-52 

Corzelius, J. C, 312 Franklin St., Tampa 10-20-52 

Cosby, Louise, Box 160, Hollywood 6-16-51 

Cosgrove, Blanche B., 1050 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-26-52 

Cosgrove, E. J., St. Augustine Natl. Bank, St. Augustine 7-18-51 

Cosgrove, Frank F., 352 S.W. 36th Ave., Miami 10-5-51 

Cosper. Sheila B., 555 N.W. 88th St.. Miami 2-16-51 

Constanzo, Sarino R., Biscayne Bldg.. Miami 3-10-52 

Costello, Harold C, 3480 Main Hwy., Miami 2-28-52 

Costello, Lydia M., 1737 S.W. 16th St.. Miami 11-24-52 

Costin, Cecil G., Port St. Joe 4-10-52 

Costin, Cecil G., Jr., 211 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe 8-17-52 

Coston, H. S., Box 1771, Tampa 6-26-52 

Cothron, Betty L., 314 W. Concord, Orlando 6-4-51 

Coto, Celido A.. 1901 20th Ave., Tampa 4-11-52 

Cotton, E. L., Box 1105, South Miami 3-27-52 

Cotton, James W., 14 E. University Ave., Gainesville 3-24-52 

Cotton. Leonard Irvin, 2200 N.W. 79th St.. Miami 9-11-51 

Cotton, Lois G., 220 E. 5th Ave.. Tallahassee 9-27-51 

Cotton, W. R., Rt. 2, Baker 9-24-52 

Cottrell, Mildred S.. 259 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 2-22-51 

Coty. Diana. 211 22nd St., Hialeah 8-19-52 

Cotzin, Charles A., 1945 S.W. 1st St., Miami 2-15-52 

Couch, Nan B., Box 403, Beuna Vista Sta., Miami 10-13-51 

Coudert, Anne, Box 293, Orlando . 8-29-52 

Coughlin, Lucille V., 691 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 6-11-51 

Coughlin, Mae L., Box 2306. Orlando 5-2-51 

Couillard, Frances, 5th Floor Consolidated Bldg., 

Jacksonville 10-3-52 

Coulombe, Constance C, Box 21, Homestead 12-12-51 

Coulter, Charlotte E., 3031 Coral Way, Miami 4-4-52 

Coulter, M. S., Box 212, Dade City 4-18-51 

Coulter, Samuel H., 5900 N.W. 23rd Ave.. Miami 5-14-51 

Coulton. Annette T., 3422 N.W. 17th Ave.. Miami 3-26-52 

Coulton, Maurice, 840 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-24-52 

Coumbe, Irving F., 1630 N.W. 34th Ave., Miami 9-29-52 

Counselor. Mildred K., 701 N.E. 31st St., Miami 6-16-52 

Couric, Alfred C. 745 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 11-3-52 

Coursey, R. R. "Bob", Box 327, Palatka 3-15-52 

Courshon, Arthur H., 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 11-15-52 

Courshon, Jack R., 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 11-15-52 

Courtleigh, C. R.. 912 Franklin St., Tampa 4-10-52 

Courtney, Carl, 75 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 3-31-52 

Courtney, Florence M., 224 Riverside Drive, Holly Hill 4-18-51 

Courtney, R. W., 75 E. Colonial Dr.. Orlando 3-10-52 

Courtney, W. H., 225 N. Grandview, Daytona Beach 10-11-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 403 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cousins, James E., Jr., Box 2431, Orlando 4-24-51 

Cova, Victor L., 340 Broadway, Orlando 5-19-52 

Covalt, Frances D., Drawer M, Little River Sta., 

Miami Shores 9-29-51 

Coverman, Hyman D., 4441 S.W. 1st St., Miami 5-10-52 

Coviello, J. F., 3251/2 Kings Court, West Palm Beach 2-19-51 

Covil, Myrtle L., 1008 V2 Fla. Ave., West Palm Beach 1-15-51 

Covington, Chester R., 418 N.E. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-8-51 

Covington, Edmund D., Jr., 2422 Coventry Ave., Lakeland 1-28-52 

Cowart, Edward D., 2364 S.W. 11th Terrace, Miami 1-25-52 

Cowart, Farris N., 1803 S.W. 8th St., Miami 2-23-52 

Cowart, Juanita S., Box 902, Pahokee 3-7-52 

Cowart, N. J., Box 2456, Jacksonville 6-20-51 

Cowart, R. E., Box 14, Madison 6-29-51 

Cowen, Edward J., Drawer 330, Marianna 12-29-52 

Cowley, Herbert S., Box 1222, St. Cloud 2-4-52 

Cowley, John G., Box 905, Pensacola 12-5-51 

Cowling, Kathryne W., 113 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville 10-15-51 

Cox, Barbara L., 709^2 Eaton St., Key West 8-27-52 

Cox, Betty J., 4216 Vaslonia Ave., Tampa 6-23-52 

Cox, Chrysanda, 357 Azure Way, Miami Springs 3-21-52 

Cox, Dot, 4103 Mullen Ave., Tampa 6-21-51 

Cox, E, 717 V 2 New York St., West Palm Beach 9-29-51 

Cox, Grace H, Tavares 10-16-51 

Cox, Hampton, Box 652, Ocala 6-13-51 

Cox, Irma R., Adams & Hogan Sts., Jacksonville 3-31-52 

Cox, J. N., Box 256, Orlando 4-26-51 

Cox, Jerry C, 501 Tampa St., Tampa 8-30-52 

Cox, John R., 9 Calhoun Ave., Destin 3-19-52 

Cox, Mae A., 3115 Lake Ave., West Palm Beach 9-8-52 

Cox, Mary Jean, 510 Hogan St., Jacksonville 3-19-52 

Cox, Mayo Alton, 224 N. Adams, Tallahassee 7-13-52 

Cox, Mildred R., 1095 N.W. 51st St., Miami 6-6-51 

Cox, Owen B., 1011 9th St. W., Bradenton ...6-15-51 

Cox, Robert Osborne, Box 697, Ft. Lauderdale 7-23-51 

Cox, Ruth, Box 1158, Bradenton 12-3-52 

Cox, Ruth Ray, 439 Seagrave, Daytona Beach 8-27-51 

Cox, S., 901 Main St., Jacksonville 10-2-52 

Cox, Vera, 310 Rosalind Ave., Orlando 4-19-52 

Cox, W. T., Box 1021, Orlando 9-20-52 

Cox, William F., 13325 Gulf Blvd., S. Madeira Beach 

St. Petersburg 6-27-51 

Coxe, Doris H., 643 S. 13th St., Ft. Pierce 7-2-52 

Coyner, Clyde B., Box 386, Buena Vista Sta., Miami .10-25-51 

Coyner, Heleen L., Rt. 1, Box 87, Moore Haven 11-22-52 

Crabb, Andy S., Sr., Box 16, Weirsdale 1-2-52 

Crabtree, A. M., Jr., 11 N. Newnan St., Jacksonville 3-12-51 

Crabtree, Helen M., 3414 Broadway, West Palm Beach 8-7-52 

Crabtree, Winifred C, Rt. 2, Box 548-Y, Miami 6-4-51 

Cracraft, William A., 5931 S.W. 13th Terrace, Miami 3-17-52 

Craddock, Bert F. J., 1709 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 8-8-51 

Craig, Anna L., Box 4549, Jacksonville 9-8-52 

Crawford. John W., Sheriff's Office, Bradenton 12-22-52 

Craft, J. B., Jr., 224 Pablo St., Lakeland 9-10-51 

Crago, A. W., 142 N.W. 144th St., Miami 7-11-51 



404 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Craig, Augustus H., Drawer 99, St. Augustine 4-17-51 

Craig, B. M., Bex 608, Ocala 4-21-51 

Craig, E. R., McRory Bldg., Winter Haven 10-3-52 

Craig, L. F., 1257 Venetia Ave., Coral Gables 5-6-51 

Craig. Philip J., 2044 Harrison St.. Hollywood 2-16-52 

Craig, R. M., Jr., 133 N.E. 3 Ave., Miami 6-11-51 

Craig. R. P., 1600 25th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-2-52 

Craig, William H. P.. 1556 N.W. S. River Dr., Miami 9-20-51 

Crain, Amie M., Box 111, Pensacola 5-5-52 

Crain, Inez L., 3405 W. Cervantes St.. Pensacola 3-20-52 

Cralle. Ray B., 501 Washington St., Tampa 3-31-52 

Cram, Harold John, 200 S.W. 63rd Ct., Miami 8-18-52 

Cramer, Katherine. 630 N.E. 15th Place, Hialeah 5-2-52 

Crance, James L., 3720 Red Rd., Miami Springs 5-21-52 

Crandall, Fred R.. Box 446, Kendall 7-21-52 

Crandall. LaVonne. 946 S.W. 4th St., Miami 9-10-52 

Crane, Fred E.. P.O. Box 10188. Tampa 11-19-51 

Crane, Helen P.. 319 N.W. 41st St., Miami 10-8-52 

Crane. J. R., 410 N.E. 13th Ave.. Gainesville 2-28-52 

Crane, Rietta, Box 563, Homestead 2-1-51 

Crane, Robert S., 310 Evernia St., West Palm Beach 8-24-51 

Crane. Walter, 100 Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 10-5-51 

Cranfield, Lewis B., 1600 Preston St. S., St. Petersburg 12-8-52 

Crank, Paul, 139 E. Pine St., Orlando 4-17-51 

Cranmer, H. A.. 4104 McDill Ave., Tampa 1-22-52 

Cranmer. Wm. F.. 8335 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 3-28-52 

Cranna. Helen, 932 N. Federal Hwy.. Lake Worth 12-6-51 

Crannell, Frances. Crofton. Wilson & Brewer, Titusville 8-25-52 

Crant. Patricia, c/o John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers 12-3-51 

Cratem, Philip T.. 101 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 5-7-52 

Crause, E. C, 200 Central Ave., St Petersburg 4-16-51 

Craven, Douglas I., 3421 S.W. 15th St., Miami 12-3-52 

Cravero, Ann Forese, 13400 N.W. 1st Ave.. Miami 9-18-52 

Crawford, Alma L., 628 S.W. 8th Ave., Homestead 3-7-52 

Crawford, Dewey, 203 Sunrise Bldg.. Box 1102, Ft. Pierce 4-23-51 

Crawford. D. H., 624 Madison St., Tallahassee 11-29-51 

Crawford, Erroll M., 330 N.E. 34th St.. Miami 7-28-52 

Crawford, H. Albert, 2046 14th Ave., Vera Beach 8-20-51 

Crawford, Hester C, 47 W. Duval St.. Jacksonville 3-7-51 

Crawford, James Moore, 1707 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 6-28-51 

Crawford, Lillian B.. 25 N.E. 25th St., Miami 10-3-51 

Crawford, L. Julia, 51 W. Washinton St.. Orlando 3-6-52 

Crawford, Lucy J., P.O. Box 451. Bartow 5-21-51 

Craycraft, Tommy, 316 Young Place. Lakeland 1-21-52 

Crayden, James L., Jr., Box 3316, Jacksonville 6-4-51 

Crays, Ralph B.. 219 W. Washinton St., Orlando 9-18-52 

Creary. J. P., 1663 E. Belmont St., Pensacola 9-25-52 

Credidio, Peter, 625 N.E. 67th St., Miami 7-2-52 

Creel, Barbara J.. 1517 N. 69th Ave., Pensacola 5-12-52 

Creel, Eula N.. 3383 N.W. 34th St., Miami 12-12-51 

Creighton, Byron, 825 E. Main St.. Lakeland 10-22-51 

Creighton, Johnnie D., Rt. 3, Box 488-H, Pensacola 8-7-52 

Crenshaw, Ellis, 204 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 5-19-52 

Crenshaw, Margaret A., Rt. 4, Box 879, Crescent Beach. 

Sarasota 8-26-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 405 

Cressler, Florence S., 15054 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach, 

St. Petersburg 12-29-52 

Cretekcs, Stelios G., 3 E. Tarpon Ave., Tarpon Springs 9-14-51 

Crews, Clyde, Sheriff's Office, Bradenton 12-22-52 

Crews, Jean M., 207 S. Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach 1-4-52 

Crews, John D., 201 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 7-13-51 

Crews, Yulee Lowe, 252 N.W. 29th St., Miami 11-30-52 

Cribbs, Roland F., Rm. 914, 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 12-3-51 

Crie, Hiram H., 824 Colonial Rd., West Palm Beach 5-1-52 

Crim, Howell D., 10750 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 2-20-51 

Cripe, Robert M., 3333 Palm Ave., Hialeah 3-14-52 

Crisp, J. G., P.O. Box 5534, Jacksonville 8-24-52 

Criswell, Bertha, 1391 River Hill Circle, Jacksonville. 8-14-51 

Criswell, L. M., 1035 Main St., Jacksonville 7-19-51 

Crittenden, Harvey C, Box 152, Winter Haven .....8-10-52 

Crittenden, R. J., 285 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 5-28-51 

Croach, D. E., 200 3rd St., Pensacola 1-24-52 

Crockett, Wm. O., 552 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 12-20-52 

Croft, Harvey, Box 182, Mayo 9-9-52 

Croft, Lois H., 730 Nathan Hale Rd., West Palm Beach 2-14-51 

Croft, Mayme L., Box 462, Delray Beach 9-2-51 

Croft, Rose Marie, 323 W. Romana St., Pensacola 6-17-52 

Crofton, L. C, Crofton, Wilson & Brewer, Titusville 11-9-52 

Croll, Samuel H, 3766 S.W 27th Terrace, Miami 9-7-51 

Cromartie, Jerry, Box 669, Tallahassee 1-21-52 

Cromer, Camille S., 927 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-10-51 

Cromer, Goldie M., Box 93, Green Cove Springs 8-6-52 

Cromley, Theresa, County Judge's Office, Jacksonville 10-7-52 

Cromwell, Evelyn J., 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-20-51 

Cromwell, Marion M., P.O. Box 737, Riviera Beach 10-1-51 

Cromwell, Robert F., P.O. Box 737, Riviera Beach ...4-23-52 

Crooms, Alfred C, P.O. Box 4103, Sta. 5, Orlando 5-10-51 

Crosbie, Jean E., 515 W. Patterson St., Lakeland 8-21-52 

Crosby, C. W., Box 43, Belle Glade 1-11-51 

Crosby, Dorothy F., P.O. Box 71. Pensacola. 8-30-51 

Crosby, Frances, Box 307, Starke 1-8-51 

Crosby, Haven, 3 S.E. 1st Ave., Gainesville 7-20-51 

Crosby, Lillian, 424 Y 2 El Prado, West Palm Beach 4-2-51 

Crosland, Edward, 332 Brent Bldg., Pensacola 1-11-51 

Cross, Earle W., 415 Federal Bldg., Jacksonville 12-27-51 

Cross, Grace C, 6347 S.W. 11th St., Miami 6-8-52 

Cross, Irma W., P.O. Box 1069, Miami 8-29-51 

Crossan, Vicie W., P.O. Box 113, Brooksville 10-22-51 

Crossgrove, C. A., Jr., Box 452, Winter Haven 6-12-52 

Crosthwaite, Vesper D., 905 Lee St., Leesburg 9-4-51 

Crouch, Mrs. A. D., 5808 Miami Place, Tampa 11-17-51 

Crouch, Edna M., 1325 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-12-52 

Crouch, Grace D., 440 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg 5-5-52 

Crouch, Harry R., Box 190, Port Orange 10-15-52 

Crouch, Myrtle, 1415 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-17-52 

Crouch, Nell Y., 2680 Green St., Jacksonville 2-14-52 

Crouse, E. J., Fla. East Coast Ry. Co., St. Augustine 10-14-51 

Crow, Lon Worth, Jr., 55 S.W. 8th St., Miami 11-12-52 

Crew, Mary H., 1635 E. 1st St., Ft. Myers 10-8-52 

Crowder, Eston N., 401 Madison St., Tampa 2-15-51 

Crowe, Helen M., 1136 N.W. 67th St., Miami 5-2-51 

Crowell, Charles O., U.S. Naval Sta., Bldg. 10, 

Green Cove Springs... 1-7-51 

Crowell, V. P., 2800 Page Ave., Orlando 7-30-52 



406 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Crowley, James W., 210 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach 4-2-51 

Crown, John S., 4148 S.W. 8th St., Miami 6-10-52 

Crown, Marvel G., 1317 N.W. 7th Ave., Gainesville 9-4-51 

Crown, Mary, 1175 Jackson Blvd., Clearwater 6-16-52 

Croy, Geo. P., Ill N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 4-3-52 

Croysdale, A. G., Rm. 309 Biscayne Bldg., 19 W. Flagler St., 

Miami 9-28-51 

Crozier, W. G., 417 S.W. 13th St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-26-51 

Cruise, E. T., St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville 6-21-51 

Crum, James M., Broward Natl. Bank, Ft. Lauderdale 11-29-51 

Crumbley, W. C, P.O. Box 516, Graceville 1-22-51 

Crumley, B. B., Box 88, Sanford 6-23-52 

Crumley, J. E.. 331 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-26-51 

Crump, Osie B., P.O. Box 529, Tampa 1-20-52 

Crumpton, L. C, 4813 Highland Ave., Tampa 3-19-51 

Crutchfield, Dorothy, 775 39th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 8-25-52 

Cruthird, Melba, Box 234, Pahokee 8-8-51 

Cruze, James E. 1420 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 8-1-52 

Cuddeback, Donald P., 218 N.E. 1st St., Miami 1-24-52 

Cuddeback, G. T., P.O. Box 10223, Tampa 8-13-51 

Cuddy, Sara P., 214 N. Hollywood Ave., Daytcna Beach 9-18-52 

Cudworth. Adelbert E., Gen. Del., Ft. Lauderdale 2-25-52 

Cueto, Concha, 59 Albemarle Dr., Tampa 1-27-51 

Culbertson, Mrs. James, 386 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 10-12-51 

Culbertson, Mary G., P.O. Box 1095, Miami 1-16-52 

Culbreath, Lugenia, Bushnell 1-8-51 

Culbreath, Allison, 406 McKensie Ave., Panama City 6-13-51 

Cullaro, Mary, 1806 11th Ave., Tampa 1-31-52 

Cullen, Blanche J., P.O. Box 877, Panama City 1-25-51 

Cullen, Ralph O., 1103 duPont Bldg., Miami 6-4-52 

Cullen, Stephen G., P.O. Box 1015, Panama City 10-11-51 

Culler, Norma V.. Box 515, Clearwater... 12-9-52 

Culley, Joseph A., II, 210 E. Pensacola St., Tallahassee 10-18-51 

Cullum, Elizabeth I., 215 W. 5th St., Sanford 6-12-52 

Cullwell. Diana, Rt. 2, Box 548, Lutz ,4-9-51 

Culpepper, J. D., Jr., 4417 Kensington Rd., Tampa 10-22-51 

Culpepper, Martha B., Mcintosh 2-13-51 

Culpepper, Marva Dean, W. Pensacola Bank, Pensacola 12-11-52 

Culpepper, Phil L., Dees Motor Co., Ocala 4-10-52 

Culver, Barbara A., 91 Brevard Ave., Cocoa 9-25-52 

Cumbie, Fred H., 801 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-4-51 

Cumbie, Lessie E., 119 N.E. 43rd St., Miami 12-15-51 

Cummins, Beulah, 1222 Manati Ave., Coral Gables 9-15-52 

Cummins, Walter J., 614 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand 11-6-52 

Cunio, Evalyn D., 1418 N.W. North River Dr., Miami 5-28-51 

Cunningham, Arline W., Fla. Natl. Bank, St. Petersburg 3-19-51 

Cunningham, Helen C, 1 Isle of Venice, Ft. Lauderdale 2-4-52 

Cunningham, J. C, 4 N. Orange St., Ocala 6-4-52 

Cunningham, John F.. 710 S. Miami Ave., Miami 5-7-51 

Cunningham, Lewis D., 1520 N.W. 93rd St., Miami 7-12-52 

Cunningham, Marjorie C, 210 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.. ..5-8-51 

Cunningham, W. R., 1100 S.W. 1st St., Miami 4-17-52 

Curd, J. D., 1212% Cleveland St.. Tampa 7-28-51 

Cure, Everett, 946 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach 11-15-51 

Curley, Francis J., 8261 N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami 2-7-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 407 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Curlin, Fred, 3620 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 9-9-52 

Curlis, Warren H, 6351 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-2-52 

Curran, Frank O, Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 10-5-52 

Currid, James E., 2026 Wiley St., Hollywood 7-30-52 

Currie, Norma J., Box 383, Starke 9-27-51 

Currin, Vance M., 531 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-19-52 

Curry, Charlotte M., 506 S.W. 68th Ave., Miami 10-25-52 

Curry, Edw. A., Box 204, North Miami 4-12-51 

Curry, Elizabeth, 4380 S.W. 4th St., Miami 4-11-52 

Curry, Frances M., 700 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 8-15-52 

Curry, George H, Suite 217, 220 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables.. 12-16-52 

Curry, John W., 920 W. Plymouth Ave., Tampa 9-19-51 

Curry, Joseph B., 7533 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 5-5-51 

Curry, Mark W., Jr., 736 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 9-17-51 

Curry, W. J., 19 N.W. South River Drive, Miami 7-9-51 

Curtan, Robert E., Box 59, St. Augustine 6-25-51 

Curti, George A., 3481 E. 8th Court, Hialeah 11-5-52 

Curtis, Helen W., 1615 S. Eola Dr., Orlando 2-26-51 

Curtis, Lee, P.O. Box 267, Lynn Haven 1-28-52 

Curtis, Robert M., Rt. 2, Box 526K, Ft. Lauderdale 10-5-52 

Curtis, Shirley W., P.O. Box 726, Clearwater 10-31-51 

Cushman, E. J., Box 115, St. Petersburg 12-29-52 

Cushman, Ruth V., 411 7th St., West Palm Beach 10-8-51 

Cutler, Abe, 1871 S.W. 16th Terrace, Miami 10-3-52 

Cutler, A. Budd, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-19-51 

Cutler, Mary C, Broadway at 9th St., Sarasota 2-5-51 

Cutrono, Anthony N., Box 5243, Tampa 1-22-52 

Cutts, H, 427 Main St., Jacksonville 5-7-51 

Dabbs, John W., 2431 55th Ave., N., St. Petersburg 4-26-51 

Dabolt, Dorothy I., 802 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 7-20-51 

Dacks, Harry, 57 N.E. 79th St., Miami 1-8-51 

Daffin, Betty K., St. Johns Apartments, Jacksonville 5-28-52 

Dagley, H. E., Box 111, Hollywood 11-1-51 

Dahl, Jean E., 528 N.W. 47th St., Miami 4-18-52 

Dahlquist, Annie W., 1107 W. Sycamore, Lakeland 7-25-51 

Dahlquist, Ruth Alice, 1107 W. Sycamore St., Lakeland 9-28-51 

Dailey, Jeanne M., 102 Crescent Place, Tampa 1-18-51 

Dailey, W. G., Fla. East Coast RR Co., St. Augustine 5-22-51 

Daily, Kay A., Box 1474, Vero Beach 12-13-51 

Dale, C. Shelby, 1st Federal Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 2-2-51 

Dale, James George, 2420 S.W. 16th Ct., Miami 8-11-52 

D'Alemberte, H. P., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 10-25-51 

D'Allesandro, Carolyn Price, Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa-11-20-51 

Daley, Ray A., 746 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 6-19-52 

Dall, Benjamin L., Box 1965, Orlando 1-21-52 

Dally, Harold V., 618 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. 3-21-52 

Dalrymple, Kathryn E., Box 701, Vero Beach 10-6-52 

Dalton, B. W., Chipley 3-20-51 

Daly, Doreen M., Box 3524, Miami 3-17-52 

Daly, Ingrid N., Box 1576, Hollywood 1-29-51 

Daly, Joseph A., 475 S.W. 18th Terrace, Miami 5-2-51 

Daly, Mary Joseph, 1210 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 

Miami 10-11-51 

Damask, Barbara Lee, 4739 Beverly Circle E., Jacksonville. .8-22-52 
Dambroski, Ben Jay, 5645 S.W. 8th St., Miami 6-23-52 



408 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Give?i 

Dame, George A., Box 95, New Port Richey 7-3-51 

Dame, Joye E., 429 S. Blvd., DeLand 6-24-52 

Dametry, R. R., 528 N.W. 8th St., Miami 7-11-51 

Dana, Marjorie, 714 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-21-52 

Dance, Walter H., 900 Ponce de Leon Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 10-17-51 

Danches, Ave, 7130 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach 7-28-52 

Dandelake, George W., 921 S. Waterman Road, Jacksonville.. .8-31-52 

Dandelake, J., Box 1827, Jacksonville 11-21-52 

Dando, Jane G., Box 807, New Smyrna Beach 2-26-51 

Dandridge, Verdie, Rt. 2, Box 124, Perry 12-6-51 

Danford, Beulah, 2386 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-17-51 

Danford, Eddie, Jr., 212 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 7-28-52 

Danford, I. L., Box 1259, Jacksonville 1-7-51 

Danforth, Harold P., 105 W. New Hampshire Ave., 

Orlando 2-3-52 

D'Angelo, Arthur, 322 Sarto Ave., Coral Gables 3-1-51 

D'Angelo, Elvin W., 3013 Fla. Ave., Tampa 11-13-52 

Daniel, C. L., 4501 Irvington Ave., Jacksonville 5-24-51 

Daniel, J. Nixon, Jr., 1649 N. Tenth Ave., Pensacola 6-19-51 

Daniel, Marion R., 1405 N.E. 139th St., North Miami 2-13-52 

Daniel, Walter E., Jr., 12395 W. Dixie Highway, 

North Miami 2-23-52 

Daniell, Doug, 601 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 2-14-52 

Daniels, A. W., 1371 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 2-16-51 

Daniels, Alloria M., 435 Cameron St., Daytona Beach 7-7-52 

Daniels, Dorothy, Box 982, Plant City 11-24-52 

Daniels, Edward O. Jr., 206 Huntington Bldg., Miami 10-8-51 

Daniels, Fred J., 781 60th Ave., N.E., St. Petersburg 8-21-52 

Daniels, Fred Peter, 1975 Alamanda Drive, Keystone 

Point, Miami 8-13-52 

Daniels, Henry M., Box 351, Ruskin 8-20-52 

Daniels, Irma, 7121 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-28-52 

Daniels, J. L., 817 Cleveland St., Clearwater 1-30-52 

Daniels, James M., Box 936, Crystal River 2-29-52 

Daniels, John G., 504 S. Melville, Tampa 9-25-51 

Daniels, Thelma M., 308*2 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 10-6-52 

Danielsen, Elsie, Box 2053, Miami 8-29-51 

Daniszewski, Sara, Box 1083, Orlando 10-11-51 

D'Anna, H., Box 24, Plant City 4-25-51 

Dannelly, Clarence E., 1915 E. Avery St., Pensacola 11-13-51 

Dansby, J. Robert, 2507 North "B" St., Tampa 5-30-52 

Danson, Ralph E., 4616 Crescent St., Jacksonville 8-1-51 

Dansyear, Margaret K., 646 Majorca Ave., Coral Gables 4-11-52 

Dansyear, S. Arthur, 646 Majorca Ave., Coral Gables 2-11-51 

Danton, Charles, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-4-52 

Dantzler, E. R., Box 192, Winter Haven 11-26-51 

Darby, Lloyd D., 215 S. Dale Mabry, Tampa 6-8-51 

Darby, W. G., 411 W. 5th St., Panama City 9-26-52 

Darling, Ethel M., 2530 2nd Ave., S., St. Petersburg 7-19-52 

Darnell, H. B., Box 403, Lakeland 5-19-52 

D'Arpa, Albert, 214 Madison St., Tampa 6-20-51 

D'Arpa, James V., 1606 N. Lisbon Ave., Tampa 5-8-51 

Darracott, Annette B., 117 Mosswood Rd., Lakeland 4-26-52 

Darrell, B. E., Box 188, Boca Raton 12-19-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 409 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Darsey, Lois L., 210 Dodge St., Palatka 8-14-52 

Darst, M. B. (Mrs.), Box 821, Panama City 9-22-52 

Dart, Robert M., 100 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 5-29-51 

Darty, Glen, Alcoma Arcade, Lake Wales 9-8-52 

Daube, Allene A., 630 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 5-29-52 

Dauber, John G., 1107 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 8-11-52 

Daugherty, Barbara J., Box 4910, Jacksonville 9-29-52 

Daugherty, Hazel V., Box 111, Orlando 7-16-52 

Daugherty, Ralph E., Box 768, Lakeland 2-18-52 

Daughtrey, C. L., Box 286, Arcadia 12-15-52 

Daughtrey, Jo, Bayshore Road, Ft. Myers 1-29-51 

DaValt, C. J., Box 366, Pensacola 6-10-52 

Davant, Fred C, 1202 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-13-52 

Davant, Norman A., 601 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 6-9-52 

Davenport, Fay E., 433 Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-8-52 

Davenport, Florine W., 425 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 8-14-51 

Davenport, H. E., Rt. 1, Box 592, Tampa 8-16-52 

Davenport, Kay, 9581 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 8-27-51 

Davenport, William F., Jr., 3219 7th Ave. N., 

St. Petersburg 7-11-51 

Daves, Carter T., 13 N. Ridgewood Dr., Sebring 11-6-52 

Daves, Joel, 1702 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach 7-27-51 

David, Anne, 3591 N.W. 99th St., Miami 9-29-52 

David, Elizabeth, Box 81, Hollywood 3-20-52 

David, Robert T., 2122 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 6-28-52 

David, Ted, 2136 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 7-28-52 

Davidow, Nathan, 354 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables 7-2-52 

Davidowitz, A., 767 S.W. 21st Rd., Miami 10-15-51 

Davids, Wm. C, Jr., 1508 Barnett National Bank 

Bldg., Jacksonville 3-26-51 

Davidson, Bertha, 1512 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 6-14-52 

Davidson, Charles A., 3111 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton 10-16-52 

Davidson, Eugene J., 32 S.W. 17th Rd., Miami 2-6-51 

Davidson, Georgia, c/o Graham's Dairy, Inc., Hialeah 12-15-52 

Davidson, H. G., Rt. 2, Box 415, West Palm Beach 1-25-51 

Davidson, Irene C, 32 S.W. 17th Rd., Miami 9-7-52 

Davidson, Lock, Drawer K, Melbourne 9-6-51 

Davies, D. A., 215 S.E. 1st St., Gainesville 7-23-51 

Davies, Helen M., Box 380, Gainesville 11-28-52 

Davis, A. T., P. O. Box 242, Windemere 6-30-51 

Davis, A. T., Box 1612, Tampa 7-31-51 

Davis, A. Weston, Box 651, Okeechobee 3-1-51 

Davis, Aileena S., 424 N. 7th St., Dade City 3-8-51 

Davis, Arthur S., 748 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-8-52 

Davis, Betty D., Box 161, St. Andrew 9-12-52 

Davis, Bobbie C, Box 29, Tampa 4-21-51 

Davis, Catherine K., 1727 Silver St., Jacksonville 2-18-52 

Davis, Charles E., 170 E. Washington St., Orlando 10-24-51 

Davis, Claudine A., 102 Camp Roosevelt, Ocala 11-19-51 

Davis, Corinne, 137 N.W. 30th St., Miami - 6-20-52 

Davis, D. F., General Delivery, Parker 1-14-52 

Davis, D. W., 2012 N.W. 26th St., Miami 8-17-52 

Davis, Dorothy W., 703 Broad St., Jacksonville 5-8-52 

Davis, Edna C, 365 S. Orange Ave., Bartow 3-3-52 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Davis, Elbert R., Box 37, Ft. Walton 8-22-51 

Davis, Eleanor Cock, 235 Fordham Dr., Lake Worth 11-25-52 

Davis, Elizabeth Parks, 2101 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-26-51 

Davis, Elsie J., 340 Palo Alto, Panama City 4-28-51 

Davis, Emma E., 1320 S.W. 7th St., Ft. Lauderdale 4-5-51 

Davis, Florida L., Messer Motor Co., Madison 7-20-51 

Davis, Frank A., Jr., 2000 E. Maxwell St., Pensacola 4-11-52 

Davis, Fred C, 542 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 12-17-52 

Davis, Freda S., 2683 Broadway, Jacksonville 10-28-52 

Davis, George T., Crestview 11-23-51 

Davis, George W., 416 N.W. 21st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-2-51 

Davis, Georgina M., 58 Gonzalez Ct., Pensacola 4-30-51 

Davis, H. A., Wauchula 1-18-51 

Davis, Harold G., Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-21-51 

Davis, Harry N., 1665 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 8-20-51 

Davis, Irene M., 703 N. Gilchrist, Tampa 2-13-52 

Davis, J. P., 1707 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 4-9-52 

Davis, J. Rolfe, Box 2367, Orlando 7-21-52 

Davis, J. Wilton, 35 Jefferson Bldg., St. Augustine 10-10-51 

Davis, Jessie Clarice, 824 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-29-51 

Davis, Joanne, Box 557, Ft. Lauderdale 11-13-51 

Davis, Joe W., Jr., 400 Beach Drive N., St Petersburg 11-19-51 

Davis, John F., Jr., 2978 Bay Vista Ave., Tampa 5-12-52 

Davis, Josephine, Box 829, Sarasota 9-15-51 

Davis, Juanita, 1141 W. Duval St., Jacksonville 6-30-52 

Davis, Leota G., 828 W., 17th St., Jacksonville 10-1-52 

Davis, Lesley P., 310 N. Rome, Tampa 5-22-52 

Davis, Lester, 14th St. & 12th Ave. W., Bradenton 5-12-52 

Davis, Lome D., 4303 Nebraska Ave.. Tampa 5-26-51 

Davis, Lorraine, 2172 N.W. 29th Ave., Miami 2-2-52 

Davis, M. C, 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-20-52 

Davis, M. G., Jr., 505 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-28-51 

Davis, Mamie H., Box 838, Ocala 7-21-52 

Davis, Milton, 1502 Jefferson St., Miami Beach 12-31-51 

Davis, N. W., Rt. 3, Box 351, Tampa 6-29-52 

Davis, Percy D., c/o J. M. Lee & Son, Crestview 3-30-51 

Davis, Phillip M.. Box 1537, Sarasota 10-30-51 

Davis, Phyllis K., 1060 Wolfe St., Jacksonville 1-10-51 

Davis, R. Ernest, Box 1041, Plant City 6-24-52 

Davis, R. M., S. Main St., Belle Glade 3-26-51 

Davis, Richard E., 620 S.W. 44th Place, Miami 3-2-51 

Davis, Rollin DeLong, 1500 N. "A" St., Pensacola 2-14-52 

Davis, Ruby C, 2120 W. Gadsden St., Pensacola 6-26-51 

Davis, S. W., 9528 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-25-51 

Davis, Sallie B., Box 3187, Orlando 5-4-51 

Davis, Sara F., 1036 duPont Bldg., Miami 10-30-52 

Davis, T. H., 2690 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-27-51 

Davis, Virginia L., 143 N. Main St., Orlando 7-2-51 

Davis, W. A., 1402 N. Magnolia St., Ocala 5-9-51 

Davis, W. B., Jr., 112 W. Base St., Madison 2-11-52 

Davis, Wallace E., Box 471, Orlando 3-17-51 

Davis. William, 3104 Waverly Ave., Tampa 10-24-51 

Davis, William H., 103 Aragon, Coral Gables 9-7-51 

Davlin, Howard J., 261 N.W. 110th St., Miami 10-15-51 

Davy, Charles M., Box 134, Boca Raton 4-4-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 411 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dawson, Lucy K., 1145th St. N., St. Petersburg 5-15-52 

Dawson, Margaret R., 104 Sea Spray Ave., Palm Beach 1-26-51 

Dawson, O. E., 3117 Swann Ave., Tampa 10-24-52 

Day, Alice, 1311 E. Yonge St., Pensacola 9-17-51 

Day, Daisy, 1650 Georgia Ave., Ft. Pierce 6-11-51 

Day, Gertrude, 50 E. Pine St., Orlando 7-29-51 

Day, Harry A., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 6-14-51 

Day, Helen L., 7625 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-24-52 

Day, J. W., 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-30-52 

Day, John R., 215 Lauriston Bldg., Lake Worth 3-1-51 

Day, Lula B., Box 682, Hallandale 11-23-51 

Day, Patricia, 207 E. Broward, Ft. Lauderdale 5-30-51 

Day, Robert E., 251 S.W. 61 Ave., Miami 12-3-51 

Day, Robert G., 102 V 2 26th St. N., St Petersburg 8-27-51 

Day, W. A.. Jr., 303 Drummond Park, Panama City 11-10-52 

Day, Walter M., 320 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 1-15-52 

Day, Winifred, Box 29, Tampa 11-5-51 

Days, Drew S., 1024 Central Ave., Tampa 7-24-51 

Dayton, Orvil L., Box 444, Dade City 6-5-52 

Deaderick, Alice, P.O. Box 627, Delray Beach 4-30-51 

Deal, Helen C, Box 584, Allapattah Sta., Miami 9-8-52 

Deal. Ross, Box 3, Chipley 9-20-51 

Deale, C. M., 1267 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 2-13-51 

Dean, Gladys, 1467 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 4-13-52 

Dean, Goble D., 750 N.E. 75th St., Miami 11-26-51 

Dean, Harold S., Rte. 3, Box 171-B, Pensacola 11-16-51 

Dean, James J., 206 S.W. 8th St., Miami..... 9-5-51 

Dean, John L., 11730 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-17-51 

Dean, Mary E., 27 E. Central Ave., Orlando 2-14-52 

Dean, R. E., 311 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville..... 11-10-52 

Deane, V. R., P.O. Box 1057, Jacksonville Beach 12-3-51 

Deaner, Bernice M., P.O. Box 240, Bradenton 1-11-51 

Dearing, Ireta, 507 Chestnut Dr., Jacksonville 3-31-52 

Deavenport, Margaret C, P.O. Box 983, Jacksonville Beach. 8-16-51 

DeBerry, Wanette, Pompano Beach 10-16-52 

Deblinger, Murray, 151 N.E. 1st St., Miami 3-12-52 

DeBlois, Ruth Elizabeth, 216 N. Birch Rd., Ft. Lauderdale 6-9-51 

Debnam, Roger H., 15 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-27-51 

deBordenave, W. L., Ft. Myers 5-1-51 

deBra, Warren, Drawer 1831, Pensacola 8-23-52 

De Campus, Iris, 3163 N.W. 68th Terrace, Miami 8-20-51 

De Castro, Alejandro, P.O. Box 294, Tampa 11-19-51 

Decker, Betty, 914 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 11-9-51 

Decker, Bruce, 517 38th St. West Palm Beach 6-19-51 

Decker, E. L., 127 N.E. 27th St., Miami 7-27-51 

Dedge, Effie, Rte. 1, Box 140, Jasper 9-30-52 

Deegan, Dave, Box 580, Punta Gorda 8-18-52 

Deehl, Robert M., 905 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-9-51 

Deese, B. W., P.O. Box 96, Live Oak 11-28-51 

Deets, L. E., 701 Morningside Dr., Miami Springs 1-10-52 

DeFeo, V. Paul, Box 1344, Pompano Beach 7-24-52 

D'Ferro, Ursula, 408 E. Duval St., Lake City 12-9-51 

DeForest, Doris, 7929 N.E. Miami Court, Miami 1-22-51 

DeFosset, Elsie M., 260 40th Ave., St. Petersburg 6 9-26-52 

DeFriest, E. P., Jr., 1605 Citrus, Ft. Pierce 4-9-51 



412 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

De Gaetani, America, 1005 Congress Blclg., Miami 32 10-6-52 

DeGaetano, Martha, 9401 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 47 5-7-51 

Degoutrie, Henry G., 9816 N. Miami Ave., Miami 3-27-52 

DeGraaf, Marie H., 121 8th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-5-52 

deGuehery, Paul, Box 1055, Pine Castle 5-15-52 

DeGuzman, B. J., 2009 Mitchell Ave., Tampa 5-22-52 

Dehnert, Thomas C, 430 N.W. 5th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-16-51 

Deitelbaum, Nathan, 614 N.E. 32nd St., Miami 2-1-52 

Dekle, C. S., 1690 S.W. 8th St., Miami 11-6-51 

Dekle, L.L., P.O. Box 66, Malone 1-27-52 

Delai, Karlee C, 6112 Florida Ave., Tampa 9-10-52 

Delaney, Edward L., 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.. 8-20-51 

Delaney, Esther H., P.O. Box 702, Dania 5-31-52 

Delaney, George F., Jr., 101 W. Park Ave., Tampa 2-25-52 

DeLano, R. P.. 700 Dade County Court House, Miami 32 6-11-51 

DeLargy, Ruby, 817 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-27-51 

DeLarm, E., 5923 S.W. 8th St., Miami 44 8-15-52 

Delarm, Margarita, 4923 S.W. 8th St., Miami 10-6-52 

De La Torre, J. R., 23 McAllister Arcade, Miami 7-16-51 

Delbridge, Frank E., P.O. Box 156, Buena Vista Sta., Miami 2-8-52 

Delcominete, B. J., 4114 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 7-28-52 

Delegal, M. P., P.O. Box 13, Oakland Park 7-12-51 

Delfosse, J. E., 1044 Ethan Allen St., Jacksonville 2-6-52 

Delgado, A., P.O. Box 4257, Miami 32 3-14-51 

Delgado, Jaseph A., 1628 24th Ave., Tampa 5-26-52 

Dell, Jacob H., P.O. Box 86, Deerfield 9-24-51 

Delmar, Walter, 1805 N.W. 79th St., Miami 2-16-51 

DeLoach, F. L., P.O. Box 2249, Orlando 10-18-51 

DeLoach, W. G., c/o General Delivery, Ft. Walton 5-14-51 

DeLoach, W. R., P.O. Box 505, Punta Gorda 8-1-51 

DeLong, Richard O., 310 W. Magnolia, Lakeland 4-11-51 

Del Prete, Frank. 2267 N.W. 36th St., Miami 12-19-52 

Delp, Theo F., P.O. Box 353, Monticello 1-5-51 

Del Prete, Ralph, 2518 S.W. 8 St., Miami 2-7-51 

DeLucca, Ann Marie, 245 N.W. 32nd St., Miami 1-24-52 

DeLucca, Philip R., 155 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 1-27-51 

Del Valle, Alma B., Box 2721, Tampa 1 4-8-51 

Delvecchio, Filomena, 1511 N.E. 109th St.. Miami 8-18-52 

DeMaio, G., P.O. Box 1166, Coral Gables 7-5-51 

DeMarco, Laurence, 810 Pine Crest Drive, Miami Springs 8-25-51 

De Maris, Helen L.. P.O. Box 177, Delray Beach 1-11-51 

Dement, Margaret M., 2131 20th St. S., St Petersburg 7-9-51 

Demetre, Stratton, Box 3631. Miami 5-23-51 

deMontbrun, Carolyn, 626 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami 4-23-51 

de Montmollin, Clara, Rt. 8. Box 252, Jacksonville 9-23-51 

DeMott, Richard H., Box 471, Winter Haven 7-16-52 

DeMotte. Maurine, P.O. Box 1624, Lakeland 5-21-51 

De Moulpied, Harriet, 116 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 5-17-51 

DeMoya, F. E., P.O. Box 626, Opa Locka 11-18-51 

DeMoya, Peter Paul, 723 Highland Dr., West Palm Beach 3-3-52 

Dempsen, O. L., 806 V 2 S.E. 2nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale 5-13-52 

Dempsey, Dorothy H., Box 1313, Sarasota 8-19-51 

Dempsey, John F., 5344 Stanford Road, Jacksonville 8-29-52 

de Muth, Wanda, 1309 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft Lauderdale 6-27-51 

DeNavarra, P. J.. 1910 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-5-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 413 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

DeNavarra, Virginia, 810 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg.. ..7-23-51 

Deneen, R. S., 3624 Harlano, Coral Gables 5-28-51 

Deneka, Aleida, 312 Franklin St., Tampa 9-15-52 

Denison, Anna Lee, 515 S. Indian River Dr., Ft. Pierce 12-8-52 

Denison, E. O., 202 S. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce 2-20-52 

Denison, Marguerite M., 4824 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 9-26-51 

Denmark, O. C, 1498 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-20-51 

Dennard, N., 408 Lincoln Ave., Sebring 6-3-52 

Denney, Riley C, 1110 N. Congress Ave., Lake Worth 4-7-52 

Dennis, Connie J., 151 Rockwood Way, Winter Park 1-25-51 

Dennis, Yvonne, 2307 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola 3-20-52 

Dennison, F. V., Jr., 211 S. Adams St., Tallahassee 8-2-51 

Densmore, C. K., 918 33rd Ave., Tampa 2-18-52 

Denton, M. E., 231 S.W. 12th St., Miami 12-20-52 

DePalma, Helen Lewis, 2121 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 2-7-52 

DePass, J. P., 410 E. Church St., Jacksonville 10-10-52 

Depew, Virginia F., 552 Golf St., Sarasota 9-21-51 

Depken, Harry C, 74 E. 3rd St., Hialeah 2-14-52 

Depkin, Wm„ 1522 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-13-51 

Depperman, Trinette, 3115 N.W. 18th Ter., Miami 3-26-52 

Derby, Geo. T., 2960 Strickland St., Jacksonville 6-4-51 

Dermody, Joseph P., Box 117, Pinellas Park 8-8-52 

Derosier, Leo J., Box 38, San Antonio 3-27-51 

Derr, Bernice Y., 442 Siesta Road, Sarasota 2-4-52 

Dershimer, K. M. (Mrs.) ,5611 N.E. 2nd Ct., Miami 7-31-52 

Desautels, J. B., Box 1273, Ft. Lauderdale 6-12-52 

Deskins, T. H., Jr., Box 123, Ft. Pierce 6-23-52 

Desmond, Veva G., Box 618, Ft. Lauderdale .....2-15-52 

Des Rosier, Mary E., Box 948 Orlo Vista 4-25-51 

DeStefano, Constanz, 540 S.W. 5th St., Miami 12-17-52 

De Stefano, Dorothy J., 540 S.W. 5th St., Miami 12-17-52 

Detrio, Matilda, 2467 N.W. 99th St., Miami 9-4-51 

Detwiler, H. P., 206 Kentucky Ave., Lakeland 3-5-51 

Deuber, R. G., 1208 Horatio St., Tampa 6-10-51 

Deusser, Wanda, 628 N. Disston Ave., Tarpon Springs 10-14-51 

DeVane, May G., 1003 E. Emma St., Tampa 8-14-51 

DeVaney, J. Erwin, Jr, Box 672, Leesburg 8-18-52 

DeVaney, Margaret Louise, Rt. 1, Box 45-a, Nokomis 4-10-52 

Devans, Manly M., 2905 S.W. 36th Ave., Miami 4-19-51 

De Vaughn, Howard, Box 567, Jacksonville 5-8-51 

Deveaux, Edna M., 3365 Williams Ave., Miami 6-18-51 

DeVenny, Sofia M., Box 831, Plant City 8-29-51 

Devine, Mary R., 2126-A Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 3-30-51 

Devlin, Margaret, 700 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 6-14-51 

Devore, Franklin P., Jr., 3302 Pearl St., Jacksonville 3-27-51 

DeWalt, James H., 523 W. University Ave., Gainesville 9-16-52 

Dewar, LaDora, Box 39, Winter Garden 12-5-52 

Dewart, Mary, 207 N. Federal Hwy., Hollywood 6-11-51 

Dewell, Robert T., Box 277, Haines City.. 10-24-51 

Dewey, C. T., Box 1137, Jacksonville 4-28-52 

Dewey, R. L., Box 611, Ocala 2-9-51 

DeWitt, Richard H., 1300 N.E. 133rd St., North Miami 3-26-52 

DeWitt, Ted, 2625 Pearl St., Jacksonville 12-29-51 

Dews, Mabel L., Box 28, Winter Haven 9-5-52 

Dexter, Worth, Jr., Box 108, Pensacola 4-21-51 



414 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Diamond, Chas. P., Box 855, Vero Beach 1-26-52 

Diamond, Frank E., Box 1050, Jacksonville 4-4-51 

Diamond, Mrs. J. B., Box 588, Leesburg 4-24-52 

Diamond, John P., 41 W. 4th St., Panama City 6-29-51 

Diamond, Samuel J., 127 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 3-9-51 

Diana, Francis X., Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., Sanford 4-9-51 

Diaz, Armando O., 3400 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami 11-25-51 

Diaz, Jchn E., 405 Calumet Bldg., Miami 12-5-51 

Diaz, Maria Elena, 435 S.W. 10th Ave., Miami 6-5-52 

DiCesare, Rosa, Rt. 3, Box 27, Lakeland 12-3-51 

Dick, A. A., 1788 S.W. 8th St., Miami 2-23-52 

Dick, Jackie, Box 642, Ft. Pierce 3-10-52 

Dick, Melba, Box 694. Miami 10-29-51 

Dickenson, Emily, 604 E. 4th St., Panama City 2-16-52 

Dickert, F. B., Fla. Natl. Bank & Trust Co., Miami 9-13-52 

Dickey, Arthur F., Rt. 1, Box 844, Miami 1-29-51 

Dickins, C. V., 610 V 2 Fla. Ave., Tampa 9-22-51 

Dickinson, E. W., 3121 San Jose, Tampa 8-24-52 

Dickinson, Georgia, Box 177, Jupiter 10-29-51 

Dickinson, J. S., 4218 Notter Ave., Jacksonville 3-27-51 

Dickinson, Marie, 218 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 3-12-52 

Dicks, D. L., 1873 E. 24th St., Jacksonville 12-28-52 

Dickson, Arlie L., 1402 Rensselaer Ave., Jacksonville 10-22-51 

Dickson, Edith F., 612 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 3-11-51 

Dickson, Frances M., 1230 Lechlade St., Jacksonville 8-17-52 

Dickson, R. F., Box 271, Lake Worth 9-4-52 

Diddell, Lois, 459 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 4-7-51 

Didrence, J. J., 445 S.W. 64th Ct., Miami 1-9-52 

jLneck, Anne K., 151 N.E. 62nd St., Miami 9-29-52 

Dieffenwierth, W. B., Rt. 2, Largo 7-15-52 

Luiehl, Clara E., 308 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 7-10-52 

Luehl, Ruth E., 2314 Ridgewood Ave., Tampa 7-21-52 

uiekma, Jan, Box 2226, Sarasota 9-13-51 

uieter, Lenora E., 4619 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 7-31-51 

Dietrichs, Waldemar, 1320 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 2-21-52 

Diez, Frank, 1736 Palmetto St., Tampa 6-17-51 

Dighton, Samuel R., American Bldg., Orlando 10-1-51 

DiGiovanni, George, 33 S.W. 52nd Ct., Miami 11-16-51 

Dill. G. E., 5606 Central Ave., Tampa 12-13-52 

Dillard, Alice, County Court House, Clearwater 3-5-52 

Dillard, Fern W., 1316 W. Yale Ave., Orlando 10-11-51 

Dillard, Rozella E., 1521 S.W. 9th St.. Miami 9-26-51 

Dilley, Thelma, Avon Park 9-24-51 

Dillin, John W., DeLeon Springs 6-30-52 

Dillman. Flo B., Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 12-3-51 

Dillon, Martin, 2820 N.W. 5th St., Miami 9-14-51 

Dillon, P. J., 2709 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-15-51 

Dimmitt, Larry, Jr., 603 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 8-13-52 

Dimock, Fred W., Jr., 2937 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport 7-28-52 

Dingee, Louise, 1160 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 9-20-51 

Dingle, Maryan E., Box 1618, Jacksonville 7-12-51 

Dingus, W. H., Box 273, New Port Richey 1-4-51 

Dingwall, Thomas M.. 1138 duPont Bldg.. Miami 7-9-52 

Dinkins. Merle L., 2529 Herschel St.. Jacksonville 2-13-51 

Dion, Eva G., Box 911, Hollywood 2-19-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 415 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dionisopoulos, Jacquelyn, c/o E. G. McClurg, Atty., 

Lakeland 10-17-52 

Dippery, Frank F., Box 26, Edgewater 3-28-52 

Dippy, Clara J., Rt. 19, Box 216-A, Orlando 7-14-52 

Dishman, Marion, Yacht Club Apartments Bldg., 

Dunedin 4-11-51 

Disman, Beatrice, 1306 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 1-23-52 

Dispoto, Carolyn, 3617 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville 11-4-52 

Ditto, S. L., Box 770, Ft. Myers 9-5-52 

Ditzel, R., Box 471, Lake Worth 2-11-52 

Dixon, Betty F., First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 5-2-51 

Dixon, Colon, 650 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-4-52 

Dixon, Edna, Box 1561, Plant City 4-5-51 

Dixon, Edna M., 2142 Coral Way, Miami 9-29-52 

Dixon, Gladys, Box 105, Boca Raton 2-19-51 

Dixon, Gladys R., 215 S.E. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-28-51 

Dixon, Hermoine, 226 S. Wild Olive, Daytona Beach 3-1-52 

Dixon, Howard W., 219 Roper Bldg., Miami 8-15-51 

Dixon, J. G., 15 W. LaRua St., Pensacola 1-14-52 

Dixon, James A., Jr., 908 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 7-9-52 

Dixon, James O., 2915 E. Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 10-13-52 

Dixon, Johnnie R., 5601 Broadway, West Palm Beach 8-8-51 

Dixon, Louise S., Box 671, Jacksonville Beach 10-15-51 

Dixon, Monroe, 505 Olympia Bldg., Miami 11-29-51 

Dixon, Robert S., 303 N. Highland Ave., Clearwater 2-8-51 

Dobbins, Don R., Box 836, Ft. Lauderdale 5-17-51 

Dobbins, Florence K., 1004 N.E. 115th St., Miami 12-3-51 

Dobbins, L. G., Box 2036, Lakeland 12-6-51 

Dobbins, Mary, 14 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 3-24-52 

DoBrocky, Ralph, 139 W. Davis Bldg., Tampa 7-17-51 

Dobson, Tom, 115 E. University Ave., Gainesville 6-14-52 

Doddridge, Marguerite, 103 N. 11th St., Tampa 6-27-52 

Dodenhoff, Gladys E., 4615 Grace St. N., St. Petersburg 7-28-52 

Dodge, Richard D., 1124 S.W. 7th St., Miami 4-14-52 

Dodson, Robert G., Trenton 2-15-52 

Doggett, F. L., 2285 W. Garden St., Pensacola 12-13-51 

Doherty, Jean, 532 Margaret Ct., Orlando 3-19-51 

Doherty, Norman, 145 8th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-17-52 

Doig, Martha M., 2350 N.W. 19th Ave., Miami 3-26-51 

Dolcimascolo, Alfonso I., 2905 Mitchell St., Tampa 8-9-51 

Dole, Irene, 714 Harwood Ave., Orlando 2-20-52 

Dole, Maude H, Box 80, Terra Ceia 5-29-52 

Dolive, Louis S., Box 451, Orlando 11-29-51 

Dollar, M. J., 2819 Fla. Ave., Tampa 11-5-51 

Dollison, Ellen M., Box 140, Altamonte Springs 3-29-52 

Dollner, Hope, Box 1719, Sarasota 2-1-51 

Dombek, Katherine A., 521 S.W. 61st Ave., Miami 8-6-52 

Dominguez, Edelmiro, 3609 E. Renellie Circle, Tampa 8-8-52 

Dominick, Helen F., Box 1621, Ft. Lauderdale 1-21-52 

Donald, Margarette J., 504 N "G" St., Pensacola 11-6-52 

Donaldson, J. H, 1825 17th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-2-51 

Donaldson, Marguerita, Box 396, Jacksonville 6-20-52 

Donaldson, S. H., 1110 North "W" St., Pensacola 8-3-51 

Donath, Mae H, 413 S.W. 12th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 7-21-52 



416 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Donovan, Georgianna L., 751 Jeronimo Drive, Coral Gables.. ..3-24-52 

Donham, Dovie, Box 349, Panama City 8-23-51 

Donnelly, R. J.. 1711 S.W. 1st St., Miami 9-8-52 

Donovan, G. J., 422 3rd St., West Palm Beach 7-30-51 

Dooley, Dolores, 139 N.E. First St.. Miami 12-3-52 

Doolittle, C. W., 1205 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-19-51 

Dooner, M. J., 1517 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-22-51 

Doran, Violette E., 410 71st St., Miami Beach 5-21-51 

Dorey, Eric C, 115 W. Minnehaha St., Tampa 6-30-52 

Dorey, Joyce, 1200 Spur St., Orlando 10-17-52 

Dorlon, Robert E., 250 S.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 7-24-52 

Dorman, E. Elizabeth, 307 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 11-23-51 

Dorman, Eleanor, 514 37th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-30-51 

Dormer, Ruth G., Box 172, Clermont 6-9-52 

Dormeyer. Pauline M., 127 N.E. 27th St., Miami 9-4-51 

Dorn, Joseph K., Sr., 14 McAllister Arcade, Miami 9-22-51 

Dorn, William H., Box 89, Hollywood 7-28-52 

Dorough, Cordelia F., 226 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 4-7-52 

Dorr, Lydia B., 1156 N.W. 36th St., Miami 4-11-52 

Dorris, Bernice W., Box 306, Panama City 8-13-51 

Dorris, D. E., 1873 Cornell Ave., Winter Park 7-16-51 

Dorsey, Alice, Box 148, Jacksonville 12-21-51 

Dorsey, Louise B., 221 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 11-6-52 

Dorsey, Lucy Spriggs, 729 Euclid Ave., Orlando 2-26-51 

Dorsey, R. D., Box 1901, Miami 6-4-51 

Dort, Mildred G., 627 W. Concord Ave., Orlando 6-9-52 

Dossey, Mary, Box 238, Ocala.. 10-28-52 

Doster, H. L., 1444 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 12-3-51 

Doty, Dolores Elaine, 301 E. Las Olas Blvd., 

Ft. Lauderdale 8-14-52 

Doty, Edith French, 1235 Seminole St., Clearwater 12-24-52 

Doty, Paul F., 342 S. Washington Blvd., Sarasota 11-19-52 

Doubek, Mary E.. Box 171, Pass-a-Grille Beach 4-14-52 

Doucet, Frances W., 306 N. Lakeside Ct., West Palm Beach ...5-26-52 

Dougherty, James C, 602 Seybold Bldg., Miami 2-5-51 

Doughty, Evelyn, Miami Beach Fed. Savings & Loan 

Assn., Miami Beach 11-8-51 

Douglas, C. E., 29 E. Union St., Jacksonville 8-4-52 

Douglas, Carl T., 211 71st St., Miami Beach 5-6-51 

Douglas, Dorothy, 311 Main St., Dunedin 6-22-51 

Douglas. J. H, 2904 6th Ave. E., Bradenton 8-14-52 

Douglas, L. H., Box 5115, Jacksonville 9-11-52 

Douglas, Marie. Box 121, Trilby 8-20-51 

Douglas, Mary W., 700 Grace Ave., Panama City 4-23-52 

Douglas, Paul T., 238 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 7-7-52 

Douglas, V. L., 301 3rd St. S.. St. Petersburg 4-14-52 

Douglas, Victor M., Box 901. Tampa 3-29-52 

Douglass, Grace Wells, Box 38, Welaka 8-25-51 

Douglass, Louise P., 333 W. Howry Ave., DeLand 6-19-52 

Douglass, Taleeta S., 401 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10-20-52 

Dow, Warren M., 521 \ 2 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-24-51 

Dow, William E., 909 Fla. Ave., Tampa 1-23-51 

Dowd, Caroline B.. 2320 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 12-4-51 

Dowdell, Silas A. Keysville 5-18-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 417 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dowell, Joe F., 601 E. Giddens Ave., Tampa 9-3-52 

Dowler, Doris M., Bldg. No. 59, Reeves Terrace, Orlando 10-1-51 

Dowling, Dahlia Y., 212 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 7-6-51 

Dowling, George J., 17 Locust St., St. Augustine 12-29-52 

Dowling, J. M., 8701 N. Willow Ave., Tampa 7-29-52 

Dowling, R. C, Jr., 1212 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 7-31-52 

Down, H. F., 1948 S.W. 8th St., Miami 7-31-52 

Downes, Patricia, 275 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 8-13-51 

Downey, Mary C, 802 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-28-52 

Downie, N. E., Box 1171, Orlando 10-22-52 

Downs, H. S., 407 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-10-52 

Doxaras, Mae, 356 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 10-1-51 

Doyle, Eva, Apalachicola 1-16-52 

Doyle, Harriet, 512 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-29-51 

Dozier, Dorothy E., 325 E. First St., Jacksonville... 11-5-51 

Dozier, R. M., Fee Bldg., Ft. Pierce 2-14-51 

Draa, Horace V., Box 91, Belle Glade 12-13-52 

Drady, Elma R., Bunnell 6-26-52 

Dragon, Aldor, 127 N.E. First Ave., Miami 2-18-52 

Drake, E. J., 1948 S.W. 8th St., Miami 5-5-52 

Drake, Esther E. G., Box 1110, Miami 11-15-52 

Drake, Kathleen,909 E. DeScto St., Pensacola 8-4-51 

Drake, Laura H., Gen. Del., Clewiston 4-17-52 

Drake, Watula, 823 Oak Drive, Leesburg 9-25-51 

Drake, W. L., 118 W. Adams St., 2 Floor, Jacksonville 9-23-52 

Draper, Howard W., Box 224, Sarasota 12-9-51 

Draper, Miles H, Box 1929, Tampa 7-21-52 

Draughn, Mary Anne, Box 505, Moore Haven 4-17-52 

Drebert, Martha Maxwell, 601 First Nat'l Bank Bldg, Miami .7-25-52 

Dreher, Sue G., 736 N.E. 9th St., Gainesville 8-13-51 

Drepperd, Mildred M., 858 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-27-52 

Dressel, Oramae, 5008 N. Poinsettia Blvd., West Palm Beach.. 12-31-52 

Drew, E. Harris, P. O. Box 1391, West Palm Beach 4-20-52 

Drew, Jack, 208 S. Franklin St., Tampa 1-17-51 

Drexel, Gustave L., 1676 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 10-15-51 

Driggers, Alice L., Rt. 1, Box 103-A, Oklawaha 3-20-52 

Driggers, Leola, Box 214, Wauchula 3-17-52 

Driggers, Myrtle, P. O. Box 2631, Orlando 11-23-51 

Driscoll, Edith K., 6007 Third St., Tampa 3-28-51 

Driscoll, Howard E., 3104 Beach Blvd. South, Gulfport 3-7-52 

Driver, Irene S., 301 First Federal Bldg., Miami 9-19-51 

Driver, J. R., P. O. Box 4667, Jacksonville 8-13-51 

Droit, Lois M., Court House, Sebring 7-7-51 

Droke, Carl W., Jr., Box 122, Miami Springs 3-3-52 

Drude, Joy Marie, 1516 duPont Bldg., Miami 11-5-51 

Drum, H. E., 42 S.W. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-26-52 

Drummond, Elise O., 602 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 1-28-52 

Drummond, Kathryn M., P. O. Box 5405, Tampa 8-24-51 

Dryden, John E., Jr., 128 South F St., Lake Worth 5-29-52 

Dube, Theresa L., 287 S. Krome Ave., Homestead 1-28-52 

DuBois, N. Leo, 1312 New Orleans Ave., Tampa 1-31-52 

Dubois, Reginald S., 125 S.E. 1st Ave., Miami 2-21-52 

DuBose, George W., P. O. Box 1095, Miami 1-16-52 

DuBose, W. O., 204 N.W. Gillilard Rd., Warrington 11-16-51 



418 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Duchateau, Katie, 1032 E. Palmetto St., Lakeland 6-19-52 

Du Chateau, Evelyn, 1546 N.E. 131st Rd., North Miami 3-31-52 

Duckworth, Delbert, Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 11-26-52 

Duckworth, R. E., Jr., P. O. Box 2027, Orlando 7-28-52 

Duclon, L. E., 313 S.W. First Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-21-51 

Dudding, Dorothy M., 801 N.W. 20th St., Tampa 9-24-52 

Duddles, Ray, 4616 Florida Ave., Tampa 9-29-52 

Duden, Jessie, Box 38, Bronson 11-26-51 

Dudley, A. I., St., 2211 19th Ave., Tampa 6-18-52 

Dudley, Syble I., 47 Randolph St., DeFuniak Springs 10-29-52 

Dudziak, Leonard J., 6351 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-6-51 

Duerson, Meredith K., 14 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 7-12-51 

Duff, Beatrice L., Titusville 4-24-52 

Duff, John M., Jr., 16801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 3-13-51 

Duff, Thomas B., 902 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-1-52 

Duffey, Arthur J., 2176 N.W. 51st St., Miami 3-8-51 

Duffey, Rudolph L., Box 287, Sanford 6-29-51 

Duffield, Dorothy, 351 San Lorenzo, Coral Gables 10-16-52 

Dugan, Auldon B., P.O. Box 115, St. Petersburg 2-28-51 

Duggan, Chas. O, P. O. Box 4218, Jacksonville 10-23-52 

Duggan, Dorothea C, Rt. 11, Box 475-A, Jacksonville 12-29-51 

Duggan, Thelma A., 142 Madison St., Jacksonville 6-11-52 

Duggins, Alberta J. Drumb, Rt. 4, Box 440, Orlando 1-10-51 

Duke, Byrd V., Jr., 712 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 5-15-52 

Duke, Homer A., 2128 Herschel St., Jacksonville 6-4-51 

Duke, J. Lawrence, Box 1063, Melbourne 6-20-52 

Duke, Oneta, Box 385, Orlando 12-7-51 

Dukes, B. H., P. O. Box 734, Lakeland 5-15-51 

Dukes. J. E., P. O. Box 328, Palatka 12-21-51 

Dulaney, H. H., 411 41st St., Miami Beach 9-21-52 

Dulaney, Miriam F., 351 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 4-21-52 

Duley, Dorothy F., 4347 Emerson Ave., South, St. Petersburg .12-15-51 

Dulion, Violette R., 1411 North "O" St., Pensacola 8-16-51 

Dull, Louise O, 907 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 4-12-51 

Dumas, James H., 535 S. First St., Warrington 3-8-51 

Dumond. F. A.. Paramount Theatre Bldg.. Palm Beach 6-6-51 

Dumont, Nell, 426 MacDill Ave., Tampa 3-15-51 

Dumper. Gwen E., 812 1 / 2 N.E. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-52 

Dunaway, Eugene, III, P. O. Box 938, Tallahassee 8-27-51 

Dunaway, Verna T., Greenwood 7-29-51 

Dunbar, J. B., P. O. Box 32, LaBelle 3-27-52 

Dunbar, Wm. E., 1519 Liberty St., Jacksonville 3-11-52 

Duncan, Edna S., Rt. 1, Box 25-D, Orlando 5-21-51 

Duncan, Evelyn C, 1315 Clay Ave., Panama City 6-19-52 

Duncan, Gladys, Town of Belleair, Clearwater 3-20-52 

Duncan, Harry C, Box 26, Gainesville 10-9-52 

Duncan, John D., 403 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 1-18-51 

Duncan, Mrs. L. R., 6936 9th Ave., North, St. Petersburg 6-5-52 

Duncan, Myrtle, P. O. Box 1372, Orlando 2-11-52 

Duncan, Sally, 837 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 1-25-52 

Duncan, W. Hugh, Box 321, Sanford 12-16-52 

Dundas, Evelyn, Room 710, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. ...4-30-51 

Dunham, Curtis, Box 260, Ft. Lauderdale 10-13-52 

Dunham. Frank R., 311 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-27-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 4iy 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dunham, Helen, 227 Park St., Jacksonville 10-17-52 

Dunkly, Alice M., 259 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 2-25-52 

Dunlap, C. Wallace, 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 1-18-51 

Dunlap, Jeanette, 1785 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 6-8-51 

Dunievy, Finley J., FJR #2, Box 378, Ft. Lauderdale 4-3-51 

Dunlop, A. H, P. O. Box 1503, Jacksonville 6-3-52 

Dunn, A. L., Chipley. 3-22-52 

Dunn, Daphne L., Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 10-2-52 

Dunn, E. H, 808 Fla. National Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-18-52 

Dunn, Elnora, 322 % S. Clara Ave., DeLand 5-21-51 

Dunn, Ferol, P. O. Box 2481, West Palm Beach 12-1-52 

Dunn, Henry, 5673 S.W. 8th St., Miami 5-5-51 

Dunn, James A., 1220 duPont Bldg., Miami 12-30-52 

Dunn, Lillian F., 131 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-31-51 

Dunn, Neal J., 1625 duPont Bldg., Miami 7-5-51 

Dunn, R. G., 420 E. Davis Blvd., Tampa 6-11-51 

Dunn, Theodore C, 1512 N.E. 18th St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-26-52 

Dunn, Tom W., 424 Revere Rd., West Palm Beach 9-21-52 

Dunnagan, W. D., Box 2928, West Palm Beach 8-1-52 

Dunning, Florence B., 114 W. Michigan Ave., Orlando 7-25-52 

Dunning, Ralph R., 516 North E St., Lake Worth 8-13-51 

Dunsford, Ensor R., 100 West Bay St., Jacksonville 10-15-52 

Dunty, R. P., Jr., Lake Placid 5-7-52 

Dunwody, J. W., P. O. Box 722, Coral Gables 11-20-51 

DuPont, Leda C, P. O. Box 389, Hastings 9-22-51 

Dupper, William E., 1741 Largo Rd., Clearwater 12-27-51 

DuPree, G. C, 3551 Vista Court, Miami 7-21-51 

Dupree, Lily A., 2802 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 10-11-51 

Dupuy, Maurine C, 13270 N.E. 4th Court, North Miami 5-30-bl 

Dupuy, M. Ruth, Box 125, Tampa 4-22-51 

Durand, Rafaela, 2517 Saint John St., Tampa 10-28-52 

Durant, Doughty, 815 Cleveland St., Clearwater 2-12-51 

Durant, Edna, 1260 Coral Way, Miami 7-13-51 

Durbin, C. T., 121 N. 20th Ave., Hollywood 9-22-52 

Durham, Elaine S., P. O. Box 254, Quincy 8-7-51 

Durkee, Louise H, 913 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 7-1-52 

Durrance, Frances A., Manatee River Bank & Trust 

Co., Bradenton 8-23-51 

Durrance, G. C, Box 695, Okeechobee 7-26-52 

Durrance, Gordon, Box 1237, Eustis 11-19-52 

Durrance, Leona, 1814 N. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 7-9-52 

Durrance, Phyllis E., Box 628, Sebring 1-4-51 

Durrance, Roy, 1225 N.E. 4 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-6-51 

Durrance, Vienna L., Apt 2, 135 Confederate St., 

Jacksonville 7-21-52 

Durrant, W. L., 13224 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach 

St. Petersburg 12-6-51 

Dusendschon, F. E., 2101 Tigertail Ave., Miami 4-11-52 

Dutch, Walter, P. O. Box 96, Boynton Beach 12-5-51 

Dutkin, Priscilla F., 1555 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. .7-12-51 

Dutton, Mary A., P. O. Box 3100, Miami 7-7-51 

Duval, Evelyn M., 3806 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 3-25-52 

Dux, John H, A. C. L. Warehouse No. 2, Riverside 

Viaduct, Jacksonville 4-16-51 



420 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dwelle, Edward, Jr., 113 E. Forsyth St.. Jacksonville 12-29-51 

Dwyer, Betty F., 103 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 7-9-51 

Dyal, Joyce W., Rt. 4, Box 71, Ocala 11-6-51 

Dyal, Lucile B., 2510 N.W. 93 St., Miami 6-18-51 

Dyches, J. W., Box 634, Naples 7-14-52 

Dyer, David W., 1301 duPont Bldg., Miami 8-4-51 

Dyer, W. A., 1805 Hills Ave., Tampa 10-24-52 

Dyke, Edwina C, 470 Fairfax Ave., Winter Park 11-10-51 

Dykes, H. T., P. O. Box 225, Tavares 5-8-51 

Dykes, J. D., 3261 N.W. 19th St., Miami 3-21-51 

Dykes, Jesse R., 777 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-15-52 

Dykes, Marilu S., Box 987, Cocoa 8-7-52 

Dykes, Violet G., 1960 NW 49th St., Miami 7-5-51 

Dyson, B. E., 5248 Emory Circle, Jacksonville 11-16-52 

Dyson, Thelma N., 510 Hogan St., Jacksonville 8-8-51 

Dziekan, A. U., 400 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-27-52 

Eaby, C. Reese, III, 610 North C St., Lake Worth 11-12-52 

Eagan, Eleanor M., Box 4959, Miami 12-22-52 

Eanett, Donald J., 1010 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 8-10-51 

Earle, Blanche K., Box 1198, Tampa 9-17-52 

Earle, James T., 415 First Federal Bldg., St. 

Petersburg Beach 9-24-51 

Earle, M. O., 714 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-30-51 

Early, Helen T., 235 W. Hawthorne Rd., Sarasota 7-16-51 

Early, J. H., Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-20-52 

Earnest, Irene, 2116 LaRue St.. Pensacola 12-13-51 

Earnest, Patrick W., Box 1466, Pensacola 11-19-52 

Earnest, R. Philip, 1031 Yates Ave., Orlando 11-20-51 

Earp, Evalyn, 393 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 8-21-52 

Eason, R. G., Rt. 1, Box 138, Ruskin 9-25-51 

Easterbrook, Irving W., Jr., 1319 South L St., Lake Worth 9-17-51 

Easterling, Mary P.. Ill Clarke Ave., Palm Beach 1-30-52 

Eastland, C. C, Box 534, Pompano Beach 12-1-51 

Eastman, Elizabeth A., 636 W. Columbia Ave., Orlando 4-25-51 

Easton, Louis, 959 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-28-52 

Eastwood, Consuelo M., 910 Sultan Ave., Opa-Locka 7-11-52 

Eaton, Earle, Box 142, DeFuniak Springs 6-24-52 

Eaves, Abigail V., 1084 W. 20th St., Jacksonville 5-5-52 

Eayrs, Louise B., 5008 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 6-11-52 

Ebbecka, V. F., 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-27-52 

Ebbitt, Marie L., Lee County Terminal Corp., Ft. Myers 7-7-52 

Eberhardt, Hester H., 615 E. Livingston Ave., Orlando 4-23-51 

Eberhardt, Dorothy, 1826 12th St. S., St. Petersburg 9-12-52 

Ebert. M. M., Lake Wales 5-22-52 

Ebmeier, Ruth, 25 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-11-51 

Ebner, Earl V., 109 S. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 2-8-51 

Eby, Elizabeth M., Box 223, Kissimmee 1-8-52 

Eby, Grace, 2830 N.W. 19 Ave., Miami 1-19-51 

Eby, James David, 4135 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 7-17-52 

Eby, R. J., 493 N.W. 41st St., Miami 3-26-51 

Echelmeier, John H., 4300 8th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-11-51 

Echols, Eleanor Clark, 3617 Roland St., Tampa 3-8-51 

Echols, Nell T., Box 6, Laguna Beach 12-20-51 

Eckel, Alice, 1431 San Benito Ave., Coral Gables 12-1-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 421 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Eckenrode, Mrs. A. H., 1332 Banyan Dr., Eau Gallie 4-22-52 

Ecker, Elwood P., 900 S. Dixie, Ft. Pierce 7-27-51 

Eckerson, Bette W., 1620 Margaret St., Jacksonville 11-12-52 

Eckfeld, Thelma H., 127 N.E. 27th St., Miami 5-25-52 

Eckhart, Gertrude, 1205 S.W. 75th Ave., Miami 1-31-52 

Eckhoff, Martin R., Jr., 1341 S.W. 6th St., Miami 12-5-51 

Eckles, Marge V., 630 S.W. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-19-52 

Economou, William J., 303 E. Flagler St., Miami 7-2-51 

Ector, W. B., 275 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 5-21-51 

Eddie, E. W., 1313 S.W. 19th St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-14-52 

Eddleman, H. L., 140 Government St., Pensacola 11-13-52 

Eddy, Odessa Byrd, Box 3103, University Sta., Gainesville 6-23-52 

Eden, Pauline, 7644 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-3-52 

Edenfield, E. R., 3417 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-22-52 

Edenfield, Fred H., Box 128, Immokalee 8-13-51 

Edenfield, Mary G., Box 710, Pensacola 2-20-51 

Edenfield, Robert A., 1148 Alachua St., Tallahassee 12-14-51 

Edgerton, Helen M., 120 N.E. 70th St., Miami 10-20-52 

Edmonds, V. M., 107y 2 S. Fla Ave., Lakeland 11-17-51 

Edwards, A. R., 219 Second St., Holly Hill 7-18-51 

Edwards, Anne, 36 Wall St., Ft. Lauderdale 2-20-52 

Edwards, C. A., Jr., Box 1080, Tampa... .8-18-52 

Edwards, C. E., 1234 16th St. N., St. Petersburg 4-4-51 

Edwards, C. E., Jr., 1030 Hermosa, West Palm Beach 5-26-52 

Edwards, C. L., Box 737, Plant City 4-3-52 

Edwards, Charlotte, 1625 E. Lloyd St., Pensacola 12-6-51 

Edwards, Daisy K., 847 38th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 2-28-51 

Edwards, E. E., Box 12, Orange Springs 10-26-51 

Edwards, G. W., Box 5, Bascom 3-19-51 

Edwards, Gus C, 104 Willard St., Cocoa 4-27-51 

Edwards, Herman L., Okeechobee 8-23-51 

Edwards, James E., 300 S.E. 21st St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-18-51 

Edwards, Jane A., 900 DeGama Ave., Panama City 11-20-52 

Edwards, M. H., Jr., Box 1000, Panama City 2-17-52 

Edwards, Margaret A., 7430 S.W. 59th Ct., South Miami 12-31-52 

Edwards, Martha S., Box 1023, Cocoa 5-4-51 

Edwards, Mary Biggs, 1651 Nocatee Dr., Miami 12-6-51 

Edwards, Mary F., 226 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 10-2-51 

Edwards, Norman H., Ill First St., Neptune Beach 6-9-52 

Edwards, O. O., Drawer "O", Cross City 1-10-51 

Edwards, Roger H., 1407 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-19-51 

Edwards, S., 832 S.W. "C" Place, Belle Glade 1-29-52 

Edwards, Stuart W., 1814 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 4-15-52 

Edwards, William E., 4201 Watrous Ave., Tampa 4-23-51 

Efronson, Sidney, 702 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-16-51 

Ehlerding, J. G., 90 Leyte Drive, Luzon Heights, 

Warrington 1-2-51 

Ehrgood, Edna A., 221 N.W. 32nd Place, Miami 3-14-51 

Ehrgott, Joseph J., Box 56, Hallandale 9-5-52 

Ehrhard, Frank F., 1741 24th St., Vero Beach 8-25-52 

Ehrhard, Harriet, 2236 15th Ave., Vero Beach 2-12-51 

Eichhorn, Louis, 411 Main St., Daytona Beach 8-15-52 

Eidenire, Vernon R., 1162 S.W. First St., Miami 2-14-51 

Eidson, C. H., 333 N.E. 13th St., Miami 5-23-52 



422 OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Eielson, Julia Anne, 1213 N.E. 17th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-20-52 

Eigenrauch, Faith C, 8th Floor Barnett Bldg, Jacksonville... 11-5-52 

Eilen. Dorothy, 1526 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 2-13-51 

Eiseman, Jack B., 1500 14th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-24-51 

Eisenhart, Margaret B., Atlantic Natl. Bank of 

Jacksonville, Jacksonville 7-24-51 

Eisenhut, Edith, Box 418, Zephyrhills 11-8-51 

Eisentrout, Lois E., 1433 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-27-51 

Eitner, Felix V., Box 665, Sorrento 1-9-52 

Ekstedt, Kathryn, 1406 19th St., Orlando 11-19-51 

Elam, J. S., Box 307, Monticello 4-16-51 

Elbon, Thora A., 1630 N. Fla., Lakeland 10-3-52 

Elbrecht, Lawrence Edwin, 821 E. 10th Place, Hialeah 5-30-52 

Elbright, H. C, 2001 S.W. 16th Ave., Miami 3-24-51 

Elcook, Jeane. 159 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 7-19-52 

Elder, Beverly G., 1935 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 10-19-52 

Elder, Jesse L., Jr., 4121 Water Oak Lane, Jacksonville 5-20-52 

Eldred, Quentin T., 3271 N.W. 9th St., Miami 3-25-52 

Eldridge, Lettie B., 100 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 6-24-51 

Elgin, Vivian Parks, 411 Hugh St., Tampa 3-15-51 

Elkins, Albert C, 800 N.W. 40th Ave., Miami 1-20-51 

Elkins, J. T., 4745 Manchester Circle, Jacksonville 6-28-51 

Elkins, Mildred E., 203 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Coral Gables.. .9-15-52 

Ellert, Angela, 3171 S.W. 25th Terrace, Miami 4-30-51 

Elliot, Esther, 211 Calumet Bldg., Miami 3-14-51 

Elliott, Gene S., 601 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 10-20-52 

Elliott, Hazel T., Box 1008, Sarasota 11-14-51 

Elliott, Irene T., Box 1008, Sarasota 12-10-51 

Elliott, Lynwood E., 1011 Bannister St., Tampa 1-7-52 

Elliott, Miriam H., 7621 S.W. 57th Ave., Miami 11-7-52 

Elliott, William E., 3533 S.W. 15th St., Miami 6-9-52 

Elliott, Winifred R., 226 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 12-31-51 

Ellis, A. J., 1501 26th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-8-52 

Ellis, A. T., 1510 Perry St., Jacksonville 11-9-51 

Ellis, Catherine S., Box 152, Keystone Heights 11-27-52 

Ellis, Mrs. Geo. A., 119 Lake Winnemissett Dr., Rt. 2, 

DeLand 9-24-52 

Ellis, George L., Box 48, Ocala 7-7-52 

Ellis, Geo. M., Box 4217, Jacksonville 4-3-51 

Ellis, J. T., 10 S.W. 38th Ct., Miami 5-26-52 

Ellis, James A., 325 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 9-19-52 

Ellis, John W., Box 152, Keystone Heights 10-15-51 

Ellis, Katie D., Box 534, Jacksonville 7-3-51 

Ellis, Lee, Box 688, Winter Haven 9-2-52 

Ellis, Mabel C, 133 E. Lyman Ave., Winter Park 2-15-52 

Ellis, Norma C, 2528 Ernest St., Jacksonville 11-12-52 

Ellis, O. S., 234 W. Hyde Park Ave., Sarasota 7-7-51 

Ellis, Robert J., 275 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 11-30-51 

Ellis, Ruth Day, 10600 S.W. 8th St., Miami 6-4-52 

Ellis, T. D., Jr., Box 6, Hollywood 4-3-52 

Ellis, Thyra D., 108 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2-13-52 

Ellison, Audrey Faye, 3301 S.W. 23rd St., Miami 9-18-51 

Ellison, Robert W., 613 Olympia Bldg., Miami 10-17-52 

Ellzey, Doris, 20 Herbert St., Ocala 1-21-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 423 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Elmore, Dorothy, Box 291, Beuna Vista Sta., Miami 9-30-52 

Elmore, Fred A.. 20 Lake Beauty Dr., Orlando 10-15-51 

Elmore, H. J., Box 3108, Miami 1-15-51 

Elsberry, Jame R., 1209 McBerry St., Tampa 2-21-51 

Elsener, Emily C, 10750 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 11-30-51 

Elvers, Frieda, Box 287, Coral Gables 2-19-51 

Elvin, Vera E., 571 E. 63rd St., Jacksonville 3-20-52 

Elwell, George T., Box 28, Sarasota 3-1-52 

Elwes, Virginia G., Box 839, Jacksonville 4-2-51 

Elworthy, William J., 213 W. 42nd St., Jacksonville 11-21-52 

Ely, Ralph H., 130 Park Ave. N., Winter Park 7-13-52 

Emanuel. Eliz. G., Box 497, Palatka 10-1-51 

Embry, Floyd R.. 630 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 6-21-52 

Embry. Sherrill, 730 Main St., Sarasota 1-28-52 

Emerick, C. R., 610 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 1-30-51 

Emerson, Dorothy, 809V 2 W. Piatt St., Tampa 9-17-51 

Emerson, Hannah G., 904 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 10-6-52 

Emery, Alfred W., 1107 Congress Bldg., Miami 2-3-51 

Emmanuel, Patrick G., Box 348, Pensacola 10-10-51 

Emmons. Donald J., Box 922, Riviera Beach 10-26-51 

Emmons, Fern, 816 N. Rio Vista Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-3-52 

Emmons, Lida O., 49 8th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-27-52 

Emory, J. L., 2555 N.W. 27th St., Miami 11-29-52 

Emslie, Weston S., Jr., 3433 S.W. 16th St., Miami 1-15-52 

Engdahl, Alice R., Box 345, Orlando 10-2-52 

Engel, Max P., 1821 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami 10-16-52 

Engelberg, Phillip Gerald, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 5-12-52 

Engelhardt, Theobald H., Jr., 713 Olympia Bldg., Miami ...11-21-51 

Engelsberg, Burton, One Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 7-14-52 

England, A. J., 400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 9-15-51 

England. Joan, Box 411, Zephyrhills 9-10-52 

England, P. M., 2004 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 2-24-51 

Englander, Ben J., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-2-52 

Englander. Malvin, 311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-19-51 

Engle, Robt. H., 2531 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-20-51 

English, E. L., 246 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 3-23-51 

English, Regina, 1928 S. Poinsettia, West Palm Beach 3-1-51 

English. Rosa, 3 Cypress St., Pensacola 2-28-52 

English, T. F., Box 1621, Ft. Lauderdale 2-17-52 

Engram, George W., 220 College Park Dr., Daytona Beach 10-8-52 

Engram. Joyce B., 220 College Park Dr., Daytona Beach 10-7-52 

Engstrom, Alph C, 551 First Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-5-51 

Engstrom, H. E., 259 N.W. 5th St., Miami 11-26-52 

Ennis, Bess, Box 1390, Miami 12-18-52 

Ennis, Buford F., Box 786, Panama City 2-22-52 

Enns, Helen S., Fla. Bank Bldg., Ft. Pierce 8-1-51 

Ensign. Walter C, 1751 Micanopy Ave., Miami 9-24-52 

Ensley. E. H., Box 1843, Daytona Beach 5-3-51 

Enstrom, Hugo C, 1136 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 2-9-51 

Eppele, Page M., Rt. 1, Box 50, Brooksville 10-3-51 

Epperson, Ralph C, 317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-21-51 

Epps, E. P., 1131 W. 31st St., Jacksonville 9-12-52 

Epson. A. H., 251 N.E. 14th St., Miami 8-11-52 

Epstein, Bernard, 1621 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 9-26-51 



424 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Epstein, Irving, 1781 S.W. 21st Terrace, Miami 4-5-51 

Epstein, Leo, 118 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 5-18-51 

Epstein, Leon A., 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-17-51 

Epstein, Sam, 1828 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 12-20-52 

Epstein, Theodore M., 1504 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-31-52 

Erambert, Flora M., Box 712, Naples 5-1-52 

Erdman, Gordon F., 5895 S.W. 50th Terrace, Miami 9-21-51 

Erick, J.J., 1600 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-12-51 

Erickson, Audrey, 2538 University Sta., Gainesville 1-19-52 

Erickson, Esther M., Box 354, Oakland Park 7-7-52 

Erickson, Ethel, Box 605, DeLand 7-27-51 

Erickson, Hazel. 1405 Dexter Ave., Warrington 6-4-51 

Erickson, John A., 1011 W. New York Ave., DeLand 12-29-52 

Ericson, Edith M., 1320 LaSalle St., Jacksonville 2-19-52 

Eriksson, Gwendolyn C. 1936 S.W. 59th Ave., Miami 11-3-52 

Erskine, E. R., 501 Twiggs St., Tampa 3-5-51 

Erstling, Julius H., 976 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-30-52 

Erven, Verena H., 5206 Suwannee Ave., Tampa 8-8-52 

Ervin, Leroy C, 1510 Jefferson St., Tampa 12-10-52 

Ervin, R. M., Midyette-Moor Bldg., Tallahassee 6-21-51 

Erwin, Annie M., Box 1479, Winter Haven 9-22-51 

Ei-win, Frances J., 301 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 8-27-52 

Erwin, J. D., Jr., 3605 Palmira, Tampa 6-25-52 

Esarey, Mary L., 508 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm Beach 8-29-52 

Eshleman, Ira L., Box A, Boca Raton 11-23-51 

Eskow, Nat, 1131 W. Church St., Orlando 4-25-52 

Esloe, Louis, 437 S.W. 1st St., Miami 1-16-51 

Espenlaub, Christine, Box 379, Clewiston 9-8-52 

Espey, Marian E., 22% Dixie Hwy. S., St. Augustine 7-21-52 

Essex. M., 164 N.E. 4th St., Miami 4-30-51 

Estafen, Michael J., Box 3291, West Palm Beach 12-21-51 

Estes, Geo. B., 1011 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 3-31-52 

Estes, John W., Jr., 805 Pacific Bldg., Miami 1-11-51 

Estes, Priscilla I., Box 1261, Ft. Lauderdale 10-15-51 

Estess, Wensel, Drawer 2428, Hollywood 2-22-51 

Estevez, A. B., 1010 W. Peninsular St., Tampa 1-2-51 

Esety, Connie, 152 N.E. 93rd St., Miami 9-2-52 

Estridge, L. L., Mulberry 12-29-51 

Etheridge, James T., 137 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-25-51 

Etheridge, Paul W., 1005 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-13-51 

Etheridge, Nelle. c/o Pasco Packing Co., Dade City 10-25-51 

Ethridge, Cleo D., 709 E. Beach Dr., Panama City 2-15-52 

Ethridge, J. M., Box 655, Haines City 2-13-52 

Ettinger, Philip, 959 W. Flagler St., Miami 6-4-52 

Eubank, J. O., Box 1507, Daytona Beach 7-10-51 

Eubanks, Edwin W., 100 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 6-18-52 

Eubanks, Harvard F., 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-11-51 

Eubanks, Wilma, Box 1666, Pensacola 5-24-51 

Eudy, C, 310 11th St., West Palm Beach 1-17-52 

Evans, A. J., 1712 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-15-52 

Evans, Don C, 5705 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-1-51 

Evans, Donald L. Box 1223, Sarasota 10-24-52 

Evans, Dorothy, 1412 S.W. 4th St., Miami 10-20-52 

•Evans, Evelyn R., 1737 N.W. 63rd St., Miami 12-12-52 

Evans, Frank T., 1530 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 3-2-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 425 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Evans, John H., 1st Natl. Bank, Ft. Myers 7-23-51 

Evans, John W., 352 E. 32nd St., Hialeah 3-5-52 

Evans, Juanita A., 727 Park Hill Ave., Lakeland 2-1-51 

Evans, Lillian J., 1528 W. Adams St., Ocala 9-11-51 

Evans, Lillian M., 220 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 2-1-51 

Evans, Lois, 10 S. Cleveland Ave., Ft. Myers 11-16-51 

Evans, Margaret M., Box 3586, Orlando 11-13-51 

Evans, Marjorie B., 426 Main St., Jacksonville 6-9-52 

Evans, Mary A., 234 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-1-52 

Evans, Mary S., 543 E. Georgia St., Tallahassee 10-18-52 

Evans, Maynard, Jr., Box 2344, Orlando 12-31-51 

Evans, Ollie L., 325 LaVilla Drive, Miami Springs 6-26-51 

Evans, Pauline H., 540 Beverly Court, Tallahassee 6-9-52 

Evans. R. K., 705 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 1-18-51 

Evans, Robert P., 211 Professional Bldg., Lakeland 4-9-51 

Evans, Waymon A., 241 N.W. 14th St., Miami 6-19-52 

Evensen, Gladys C, Court House, Orlando 1-21-52 

Everett, Harlo G M Engineer's Office, Main & Orange Sts., 

Jacksonville 8-13-51 

Everett, Polly, Rt. 5, Box 27, Miami 11-28-51 

Everett, U. B., 4519 S.W. 1st St., Miami 3-10-52 

Everiss, Richard E., 2530 Ernest St., Jacksonville 5-20-52 

Everitt, A. T., Box 26, Carrabelle 7-22-52 

Everitt, Lucy Lee, Box 468, Panama City 11-13-52 

Evernden, Marguerite S., 601 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 1-24-51 

Everritt, Pearl E., Nevins Fruit Co., Inc., Titusville 4-24-52 

Evers, Irene M., 815 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 2-2-52 

Evers, Wilma J., 337 W. 26th St., Sarasota 10-18-51 

Every, W. Richard, 8 N. Wild Olive Ave., Daytona Beach 2-15-52 

Ewen, Lillian M., Altamonte Springs 11-29-51 

Ewing, A. E., Box 358, Callahan 8-28-51 

Ewing, Aubrey K., 2211 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-19-52 

Ewing, Janie D., Box 1211, West Palm Beach 1-4-52 

Ewing, Lillian T., 341 E. 10th St., Hialeah 8-21-51 

Ewing, Mary G., Box 191, West Palm Beach 9-8-52 

Ewing, Robert A., 2010 18th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-21-51 

Exley, Edith E., 3111 Pearl St., Jacksonville 3-15-52 

Eyre, Charles F., 3652 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 12-12-52 

Eyster, Jeff F., Jr., 116 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 4-30-51 

Ezelle, Curtis, Wauchula 12-13-52 

Ezzes, Harold, 329 1st St., West Palm Beach 8-8-52 

Faber, Marx, 412 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-3-52 

Fabing, William De Los, 6446 S.W. 41st St., Miami 2-16-52 

Fabrize, R. Valrea, P.O. Box 447, Jacksonville 8-17-51 

Fach, Dorothy M., The Dania Bank, Dania 7-12-51 

Factor, Melvin, 5740 S.W. 10th St., Miami 1-21-52 

Fader, Lillie M., 2201 Coral Way, Miami 12-18-51 

Fagan, Marian V., 9781 W. Suburban Dr., South Miami 1-28-52 

Fagan, Osee R., 3 S.E. 1st Ave., Gainesville 1-26-52 

Failde, Delia, Box 432, Tampa 8-23-52 

Fain, Florence, 130 N. Lakeview Ave., Winter Garden 4-13-51 

Fair, Betty G., 5685 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 1-30-52 

Fair, Lucile H., 1909 Harrison St., Orlando 11-2-52 

Fairbanks, C. W., RFD No. 1, Box 163, Lutz 1-22-51 

Faircloth, E. A., Box 403, Tallahassee 12-17-52 



426 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Faircloth, J. C, Jr., 213 N. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach 12-17-52 

Faircloth, Mabel, 113 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 10-26-51 

Fake, Cornelia V., Box 2533, West Palm Beach 8-8-52 

Falcones, A. P., Box 5214, Tampa 3-2-52 

Fales, Ruth U., City Hall, Lake Worth 4-16-51 

Falk, Louis, 514 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-5-52 

Falk, Robert W., P.O. Box 2068, Ft. Myers 4-4-52 

Falk, Walter S., Roper Bldg.. Miami 11-10-52 

Falkos, Cleta, 1242 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 11-13-51 

Fallaize, Mary, Box 6117, Riverside Bank, Jacksonville 7-17-51 

Fallon, Jean M., North Dade Natl. Bank, North Miami 4-10-51 

Falls, Carolyn D.. 304 S. 11th St., Dade City 4-17-52 

Falor, Randall E., Box 190, Sta. A, St. Petersburg 10-9-52 

Falsone. Isabel M., 710 Lake Ave., Tampa 3-6-51 

Falvey, Hugh J., 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami 3-6-51 

Falzone, Peter A., 32 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 5-28-51 

Fancher, Ralph P., Box 1128, St. Augustine 10-18-51 

Fann, Elizebeth, 740 27th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 5-9-52 

Fannin. Alma A., 326 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-52 

Fanning, William G., 564 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 7-23-51 

Farah, J. A., 226 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-30-51 

Faraldo, George J., 2214 Seidenburg Ave., Key West 6-16-51 

Farinas, Thos. Wm., 1804 E. Cress St., Pensacola 11-20-52 

Farley, Ellen G., Box 1113, Orlando 2-25-52 

Farley, Helen O., 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando 12-3-51 

Farley, Nona C, 220 S. Thornton St., Orlando 5-15-52 

Farmer, Cora Lee, Box 82, DeFuniak Springs 3-27-52 

Farmer, Don L., 1119 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 6-11-51 

Farmer, James D., Rt. 3, Box 1224, Tampa 6-19-52 

Farmer, Mattie H., Judge. Juvenile Court, Orlando 9-6-51 

Farmer, M. S., Box 368, Plant City 8-23-52 

Farmer, Pauline M., 315 11th St., West Palm Beach 7-9-52 

Farmer, R. F., 228 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 8-7-52 

Farr, Earl D., Box 635, Punta Gorda 9-11-52 

Fan-, Earl Drayton, Jr., P.O. Box 635, Punta Gorda 6-4-52 

Farr, John S., 1749 Mayfair Rd., Jacksonville 10-30-52 

Farrar, Herman P., 203 W. Powhattan, Tampa 8-18-52 

Farrell, James F., Jr., 2840 S.W. 81st Ave., Miami 3-6-52 

Farrell, Ruth E„ 230 4th St. N.,St Petersburg 1-31-51 

Farrior, J. Rex, 700 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 6-23-52 

Farris, Perry, 650 N.W. 36th St., Miami 2-4-52 

Faske, Maurice M., 311 Langford Bldg., Miami 1-26-51 

Fasse, Walter A., Rt. 1, Box 144, Crestview 1-12-51 

Fassold, Kathryn B., 255 N.E. 14th St., Miami 4-18-51 

Fast, Alice W., General Delivery, Marianna 3-13-52 

Faul, Charles W., Box 134, Port Tampa City 5-11-51 

Faunce, Sanford S., 1880 S.W. 32nd Court. Miami 12-30-51 

Fawcett, Clyde W., P.O. Box 2830, Hollywood 2-15-51 

Fay, Rhoda, Selden Bldg., Daytona Beach 8-14-51 

Feaster, Anna M., 1360 S. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 3-29-51 

Featherstone, Jessie L., 2161 N.W. 67th St., Miami 7-27-51 

Featherstone, Leland B., 745 Seybcld Bldg., Miami 3-19-51 

Fecci, Eleanor S., P. O. Box 1057, Little River Sta., Miami 7-2-51 

Fee, Frank, P.O. Box 55, Ft. Pierce 1-7-51 

Feeney, Charles F., Box 712, Delray Beach 10-3-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 427 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Feezel, Beverly S., Box 1069, Miami 10-13-52 

Feigert, Mildred C, 1210 S. "L" St., Lake Worth 10-3-51 

Fein, Joseph, 508 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-16-51 

Feinberg. Harold N., 1112 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 10-9-52 

Feinberg, Samuel, Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 7-16-51 

Feiner, Raymond E., 1635 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 8-2-52 

Feit, Louis, 507 50th St.. West Palm Beach 6-18-51 

Fekany, Irene, 300 W. Church St., Orlando 6-21-51 

Felber, J. J., 3081 S.W. 19th Terrace, Miami 4-9-52 

Felch, John W., Largo 8-20-52 

Feldhake, Helen M., Box 84, Interlachen 4-14-52 

Feldman, Milton, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12-20-51 

Feldman, William, 410 Biscayne Bldg., 19 W. Flagler St., 

Miami 9-6-51 

Feller. Lois T., 1800 N. Miami Ave., Miami 9-8-51 

Fellows, E. M., Box 88, Marianna 2-10-52 

Felmet, James B., New Smyrna Beach 1-14-52 

Felsher, Myer, Broadmoor Hotel, 75th & Ocean, 

Miami Beach 6-26-52 

Felske, James I., Suite 715-16, Olympia Bldg., Miami 1-18-52 

Felson. Edgar M., 439 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville 5-10-51 

Felt, B., 837 4th St., Miami Beach 7-17-51 

Felts, Eva H., Felts Tourist Court, Palatka 10-2-51 

Feltyberger, Dorothy A., P.O. Box 1985, Orlando 5-10-51 

Fendig, Charles J., P.O. Box 451. Tampa 5-15-51 

Fendley, Claude L., 1221 Alpha St., West Palm Beach 9-17-51 

Feneis, Geo. A., 931 N.E. 144th St., North Miami 7-24-52 

Fenn, Gertrude E., 140 N. Federal Hwy., Hallandale 9-8-52 

Fennel, Nick W., 745 E. Carolina, Tallahassee 11-20-51 

Fensterheim, David, 1845 Taylor St., Hollywood 4-16-52 

Ferguson, Edwin James, 121 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 2-8-52 

Ferguson. Fairby Ann, Lassiter-Ware, Leesburg 4-11-51 

Ferguson, Homer L., P.O. Box 132, Homassassa 5-17-51 

Ferguson, Jean L., Box 722, Leesburg 1-17-51 

Ferguson, Margaret T., 510 Hogan St., Jacksonville 2-4-51 

Ferguson, Ray A., P.O. Box 415, Riverside Sta., Miami 11-25-52 

Ferguson. Vernon, 120 E. Vanderbilt Ave., Orlando ...3-17-52 

Ferlisi, Fred A., P.O. Box 173. St. Augustine 5-21-52 

Fernandez, Barbara P., 1201 Florida Ave., Tampa 8-28-52 

Fernandez, Carlos B., 228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 8-16-51 

Fernandez, Dalia M., 513 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 12-28-51 

Fernandez, Ellis T., Jr., 201 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville.. 10-14-52 

Fernandez, Elvira, 1207 20th Ave., Tampa 5-17-51 

Fernandez. Frank, 804 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 7-17-52 

Fernandez, Manuel J., 1917 Walnut St., Tampa 2-25-52 

Fernandez. Ralph, 2518 Laurel St., West Tampa 1-24-51 

Fernandez, Vera, Box 136, Perrine 6-14-51 

Ferol, Joseph L., P.O. Box 2543, Tampa 7-27-51 

Ferran, Carl L., Box 970, Eustis 5-19-52 

Ferree. James E., 1400 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.. .12-19-52 

Ferrell, Edythe C, Box 2806, Orlando 10-10-51 

Ferrell, Grace D., 1290 MacArthur St., Jacksonville 9-7-52 

Ferrell, O. R., 2403 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-30-52 

Ferrer. E. P., 3008 Florida Ave., Tampa 4-5-51 

Ferretti, Louise M., 7902 West Drive, Miami Beach 2-25-52 



428 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ferri, Olga, P.O. Box 1215, Delray Beach 9-24-51 

Ferrigno, Anthony, 5802 Florida Ave., Tampa 11-4-52 

Ferrill, Jess P., 606 S. Lois Ave., Tampa 5-19-52 

Ferris, Josephine L., 64 N.W. 29th St., Miami 6-28-51 

Ferris, Robert E., P.O. Box 941, Ft. Lauderdale 11-22-51 

Ferrero, Danton V., 1642 duPont Bldg., Miami 10-16-52 

Ferry, Mary Estelle, Macclenny 8-8-52 

Fetter, E. F., 2696 Green St., Jacksonville 3-6-51 

Fetter, E. S., Box 3041, Hollywood 12-17-52 

Fetter, Marie C. 2695 Green St., Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Feuer, W. I., 235 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 8-14-52 

Fewer, William R., 8311 Florida Ave., Tampa 7-15-51 

Fewox, Joseph I., 2650 N.W. 36th St., Miami 10-7-52 

Ficarrotta, E. J., Box 5031, Tampa 5-11-51 

Fidalgo, Olga M., 915 West St., Tampa 8-1-51 

Fiedler, S. A., 3710 S.W. 26th Terrace, Miami 2-28-51 

Field, Harry C, 13546 Gulf Blvd., Gulf Beaches 

St. Petersburg 1-25-52 

Field, lone L., 556 Palmetto Dr., Miami Springs 9-24-51 

Field, W. J.. Box 511, Palm Beach 7-2-51 

Fielder, Edward K., Box 3304, Miami 6-5-52 

Fielding, Betty H., c/o County Judge, Bradenton 3-8-51 

Fields, A. L., 1034 Dixie Ave.. Leesburg 5-2-52 

Fields, Louise D., Box 526, Clermont 10-14-51 

Filer, Leelia Mae, 21 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 10-29-51 

Fillingim, H. E., 5180 Old Bradenton Rd., Sarasota 5-26-52 

Fillingim, Hubert, 120 7th St., Pensacola 4-24-52 

Fillyaw, J. T., Lake Butler 3-11-52 

Filson, Edith, 1913 Orange Ave., Sarasota 12-27-51 

Finberg, Edna B., 621 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 5-23-51 

Finch, Alex D., Fencon Bldg., Clearwater 10-16-52 

Finch, Lawson. 18 S.E. 8th St., Miami 6-18-51 

Finch, Polly M., 611 N. Osceola Ave., Clearwater 7-30-51 

Fincher, Margaret M., Box 266, Neptune Beach 8-5-52 

Fincher, Mary F., 521 S.W. 6th St., Miami 11-10-51 

Findley, Sofia E., City Hall, Miami Beach 11-27-51 

Findon, Georgia C, Box 311, Lake Wales 8-7-51 

Fine, Louis, 921 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-5-52 

Fineren, Dorothy G., 905 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-27-52 

Finiean, Vallie L., 915 N. Dixie. West Palm Beach 10-24-51 

Fink, Beulah E., 1438 S.W. 8th St., Miami 7-16-51 

Fink, George, 9115 Byron Ave., Miami Beach 7-29-52 

Fink, Jack M., 1717 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-30-51 

Fink, Malvern B., 621 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-24-52 

Finke, Ruth, 1409 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 10-11-51 

Finnell. C. R., 1220 N.E. 141st St.. North Miami 2-27-52 

Finney, Betty, Box 518, Wauchula 12-29-52 

Finney, Grace, 341 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-5-52 

Finnie, Rose E., 245 N.W. 32 Ccurt, Miami 9-2-51 

Fiorillo, James, 62 N.W. 17th Place, Miami 5-20-52 

Firman, Helen E., 51 N.W. 1st St., Miami 3-8-51 

Firtel, Irving, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12-8-52 

Firth, Bernard E., Jr., 3239 College St., Jacksonville 3-21-52 

Firth, Ruth K., 1845 Largo Rd., Jacksonville 6-11-51 

Fischborn, W. A., 834 S.W. 8th Ave., Miami 6-12-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 429 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Fischer, Betty, Ft. Myers News Press, Ft. Myers 12-27-51 

Fischer, Elsie A., 5770 S.W. 46th Terrace, Miami 11-17-52 

Fischer, Harold J., 338 S. Blvd., DeLand 9-23-52 

Fischer, L. T., 600 S. Dixie Hwy., Melbourne 4-3-52 

Fischer, Louis E., 2526 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-8-52 

Fischer, Thelma T., 964 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater 8-8-51 

Fischette, James A., 400 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville. ...9-30-52 

Fish, George, Box 754, Jacksonville 7-22-51 

Fish, George, S.W. 11th St., Miami 2-8-52 

Fish, Harry, 249 W. Moreno St.. Pensacola 8-7-51 

Fish, Wcodrow W., 2526 Rosselle St., Jacksonville 1-15-51 

Fishback, G. B., 170 E. Washington St., Orlando 3-8-52 

Fisher, Agnes, 1002 N. 48th Ave., Pensacola 2-23-51 

Fisher, B. R., Perry 2-25-51 

Fisher, Edward S., 2003 Oceanview St., Tampa 9-18-52 

Fisher, Emily S., 3124 Marlin Ave., Tampa 1-20-52 

Fisher, Gene S., 1220 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 10-24-51 

Fisher, Helen F., Trust Dept, 1st Natl. Bank, Orlando 1-8-51 

Fisher, Inez, 838 N. Mills St., Orlando 3-10-52 

Fisher, John C, 535 W. Central Ave., Winter Haven 9-19-52 

Fisher, John F., 825 N.E. 120th St., Miami 9-8-52 

Fisher, John G., Box 72, Hollywood 4-14-52 

Fisher, Lily M., 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 6-6-51 

Fisher, Marjorie D., 920 E. Lime St., Lakeland 11-23-51 

Fisher, Martha V., 6385 S.W. 39th Terrace, Miami 1-24-52 

Fisher, Robert W., 310 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-1-52 

Fisher, Verda M., 1900 E. Blount St., Pensacola 10-11-51 

Fisher, Wilma G., 1300 N.E. 135th St., North Miami 3-28-52 

Fishier, Herbert Wm., Box 754, Fernandina 4-26-51 

Fishman, Arthur, 1810 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. .12-27-52 

Fisk, Margaret B., 642 Ridgewood Ave., Orlando 10-2-51 

Fitch, Billie E., 400 S.W. 69th Ave., Miami 4-19-51 

Fitch, Hosea W., Jr., 100 W. Chase St., Pensacola 8-6-51 

Fitzgerald, W. J., Shoreland Bldg., Miami 5-5-52 

Fitzpatrick, Charles B., Masonic Bldg., Inverness 2-19-51 

Fitzpatrick, Joseph, 1020 N.W. 11th Ave., Miami 12-2-52 

Fitzsimmons, Doris, 820 42nd St., West Palm Beach 7-24-51 

Flaherty, Anna M., Box 2071, Tampa 4-26-51 

Flaige, E. Gloria, 1449 Flagler Ave., Jacksonville 10-21-52 

Flammer, R. B., 709 Franklin St., Tampa 7-13-52 

Flanagan, Loretta C, Box 66, San Antonio 6-6-52 

Flanagan, Marie B., Box 281, Winter Haven 1-22-51 

Flanagan, Sue P., 3314 Pearl St., Jacksonville 11-12-52 

Flavell, A. D., 303 Franklin St., Tampa 10-21-51 

Fleck, Gertrude M., 1136 N.E. 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-14-51 

Fleenor, G. W., 8 S. "J" St., Lake Worth 10-9-51 

Fleetwood, Jane, 238 Caldwell Bldg., Tallahassee 5-5-52 

Fleisher, I. Sidney, 2300 N. Oregon Ave., Tampa 11-26-51 

Fleming, Claude D., 1719 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. .6-9-52 

Fleming, Georgiana B., 714 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-17-52 

Fleming, Halsie, 105 S.E. Kalash Rd., Warrington 11-2-51 

Fleming, John W., Box 183, University Branch, Coral Gables. .3-19-51 
Fleming, Katherine A., 302 W. Central Ave., Winter Haven. .12-11-51 

Fleming, Paul G., 338 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-4-52 

Fleming, Ruth A., 107 N.W. Kalash Rd., Navy Point, 
Pensacola 8-14-52 



430 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Fleming, Wilda, Box 1069, Miami 4-26-52 

Flemming, Ella K., Box 68, Buena Vista, Miami 2-28-51 

Flesher, Ben, Box 671, Wauchula 11-28-51 

Fletcher, C. E., 2935 N.W. 32nd St., Miami 3-23-51 

Fletcher, Kathleen S., 3700 N.W. 25th St., Miami 9-10-52 

Fletcher, R. L., Box 908, Orlando 8-8-52 

Fletcher, Ralph L., 1334 N.W. 37th St., Miami 4-16-51 

Fletcher, Ray, 2265 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 6-6-52 

Fletcher, T. J., O'Brien 10-23-51 

Fletcher, Tom O., 1200 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 4-16-52 

Fletcher, Wain R., 7250 S.W. 54th Ave., Miami 11-24-52 

Flett, J. H., Box 3697, Miami 7-7-51 

Flinn, Jean, 208 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-10-51 

Flippen, W. E., 622 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 4-14-52 

Flippo, R. D., Umatilla 11-14-51 

Florea, P. S., 7-9 Fed. Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 10-25-51 

FlGTrid, Lester W., 424 N.E. 11th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-13-51 

Flowers, Ann, Box 394, Ojus 5-7-52 

Flowers. G. A., 2925 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 8-31-52 

Floyd, Marguerite, Box 358, Brooksville 12-17-52 

Floyd, Marion G., Box 3582, Orlando 3-13-52 

Floyd. Mary Frank, Rt. 2, Box 144C, Tallahassee 11-9-51 

Floyd, Robert L., 606 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 2-22-51 

Flynn, Alice C, 1409 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-23-52 

Flynn, Charles, Box 1971, Daytona Beach 7-14-52 

Flynn, Charles R., 100 W. Jefferson St., Orlando 4-14-52 

Flynn, Ina Mae, Box 1134, Eustis 10-13-52 

Fogarty, Geraldine B., 730 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-2-52 

Fogarty, Minnie, 335 Tampa St., Tampa 2-4-52 

Fogle, Lewis H., Jr., 404 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-14-51 

Foh, J. A., 1924 Flagler Ave., Key West 11-13-51 

Foland, Russell, 317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3-8-51 

Foley, Eleanor G., 5832 S.W. 9th St., Miami 5-5-52 

Foley, Margaret M., 4124 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 1-30-51 

Follett, Patricia R., 355 N.E. 156th St., North Miami 3-22-52 

Folsom, Earl G., 709 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 4-6-52 

Folsom, Eva Lee, 7900 Harbor Island, Miami Beach 10-20-52 

Folsom, Grace, 501 Broad St., Marianna 2-16-51 

Fonseca Ernest, 3007 Ybor St.. Tampa 5-20-52 

Fontaine, Bertha, 3900 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-25-52 

Fontana, Lillian H., Box 113, Ocala 7-30-51 

Fontana, Martin, 660 37th St., Hialeah 7-16-51 

Fonte, Phala Deal, 1525 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 4-12-51 

Footer, Janice L., 2119 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 6-7-51 

Forbes, Alice E., 46 W. Flagler St., Miami 6-11-51 

Forbes, Marguerite C, 90 W. Orange Ave., Lake Wales 9-13-51 

Forbes, Robert G., 2255 Post St., Jacksonville 1-7-52 

Ford, B. E., 214 S. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 9-8-51 

Ford, B. R., Box 671, Lakeland 6-27-51 

Ford. C. Joy, Rt. 2, Box 165 B, Ft. Pierce 4-26-51 

Ford, Eugene C, Box 1636. Pompano Beach 10-21-52 

Ford, George L., 303 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach 6-2-52 

Ford, Henry M., Box 465, Gainesville 3-31-52 

Ford, John P., 1701 S. Bay Shore Dr., Miami 9-17-51 

Ford, Laurine, 605 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-5-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 431 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ford, Mildred G., 328 S. Lake Ave., Avon Park 1-30-52 

Ford, O. H., Waldo 2-1-51 

Ford, Raymond E., Box 954, Ft. Pierce 9-27-52 

Ford, Sam, 1005 Main St., Daytona Beach 6-30-52 

Forde, Jane, 232 S. Fed. Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 2-27-52 

Fordham, Mildred L., Florida Power Bldg., St. Petersburg. .8-27-51 

Fordyce, R. A., Box 1718, Lakeland 8-16-51 

Forehand, Tom. 170 N. First St., Ft. Myers 4-11-51 

Forer, Edward L., 2361 S.W. 16th Ct., Miami 7-14-52 

Forest, Madeleine, 822 N. Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 7-9-51 

Forger, Andrew M., Jr., 4831 S.W. 5th Terrace, Miami 6-18-51 

Forman, R. P., c/o Speller Lumber Co., Sneads 10-14-52 

Forman, Robert H., 2009 Calais Dr., Miami Beach 2-11-52 

Forney, Robert E., Atlantic Bank Annex, Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Fornshell, Catherine W., Box 553, Hialeah 9-17-52 

Forrest, Frank F., 1824 Cherokee Trail, Lakeland 1-8-51 

Forrest, H. P., 1504 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-19-51 

Forsling, Charlotte E., 101 S.W. 64th Ave., Miami 10-6-51 

Fortner, H. L., 3816 N. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach 4-2-51 

Fortner, Lemuel D., Rt. 4, Live Oak 11-17-52 

Fortner, Stanley C, 1330 Bird St., Daytona Beach 11-30-51 

Fortson, N. H., 1611 E. Cavuga St., Tampa 4-9-51 

Foster, Chas. E., Rt. 1, Box 175-A, Largo 11-7-51 

Foster, Essie Lee, Box 604, Sebring 2-23-51 

Foster, F. G., 5250 S.W. 5th Terrace, Miami 8-27-51 

Foster, F. Waldo, 39 E. Ashley St., Jacksonville 11-3-52 

Foster, G. Bert, 25 First St. N., St. Petersburg 7-18-52 

Foster, Martha H., Box 3294, Station F, Jacksonville... 7-10-52 

Foster, Ruth S., 1407 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 12-16-52 

Fotou, Helen D., Box 672, Ft. Lauderdale 2-8-52 

Foulk, Anne Polk, Box 476, Homestead 4-7-52 

Foulkes, Marjorie L., 219 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 11-7-52 

Foulks, Janet M., 1246 N.W. 37th St., Miami 2-11-52 

Fountain, M. T., First Natl. Bank, DeFuniak Springs 4-1-51 

Fountain, Warren R., 1625 Main St., Jacksonville 10-30-51 

Fouraker, Harry R., 3541 Plum St., Jacksonville 10-1-52 

Fournier, Jack, 2350 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-28-52 

Fouser, Lu I, Box 432, Orlando 9-12-52 

Fouts, Elizabeth F., Rt. 1, Box 1195, Pompano Beach 10-6-52 

Fouts, Evelyn H., 16 Laura St., Jacksonville 5-14-51 

Fowler, E. W., 1227 E. Jackson St., Pensacola 8-14-51 

Fowler, Giles P., 805 E. University Ave., Gainesville 2-8-52 

Fowler, Helen E., Box 202, Hernando 6-7-51 

Fowler, Laurette O., Box 158, Lake Park 9-6-51 

Fowler, Lucille T., Box 1311, Orlando 1-28-52 

Fowler, Nellie H., Box 1008, Winter Haven 9-11-51 

Fowler, Robert E., 550 Jasmine Way S., St. Petersburg 6-16-52 

Fowler, Ruth B., 101 N.E. 9th St., Gainesville 10-28-51 

Fox, Cecil E., 751 Avenue "D" S.W., Winter Haven 8-25-52 

Fox, Frances G., First Federal Bldg., West Palm Beach 3-10-52 

Fox, Ida Lou C, 1920 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 10-20-52 

Fox, Ida M., 104 Lakewood Rd., Warrington 2-15-51 

Fox, Joella, 127 S.E. 3rd St., Miami 2-4-52 

Fox, John E., Box 86, Paola 9-2-52 

Fox, Lewis A., Box 472, Oklawaha 12-2-52 



432 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Fox, Mamie E., Box 552, Ocala 5-22-51 

Fox, Raymond E., 104 Park Ave. S., Winter Park 9-8-52 

Fox, Seymour, 801 82nd St., Miami Beach 5-1-52 

Fox, Ulises A., 118 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 5-18-51 

Foxworth, Grace H., 302 Avenue "A" N.E., Winter Haven 1-11-51 

Foytek, Gloria, 326 N.W. 101st St., Miami 1-19-51 

Frady, Alma L., 38 E. Beach Dr., Panama City 9-27-51 

Frady, Josephine P., 711 Broadway, Daytona Beach 4-18-51 

Frame, Nellie P., 2315 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.. ..10-11-51 

Frampton, M. T., Box 1052, Miami 2-15-51 

Francis, Wanda, 629 New Warrington Rd., Pensacola 5-20-52 

Francke, F. J., Box 71, Sarasota 11-21-51 

Francois, Florence M., 2045 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-25-52 

Frandsen, Frank E., 2960 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-8-51 

Frandsen, Rosemary, 715 W. Stetson Ave., Orlando 5-2-51 

Frank, Beverly A., c/o Indian River Citrus Bank, 

Vero Beach 10-8-51 

Frank, E. W., Rt. 3, Box 62-M, Gainesville 2-7-52 

Frank, Esther L., 2315 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 9-22-52 

Frank, Gilbert A., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 1-23-52 

Frank, Sophie G., 1012 Olympia Bldg., Miami 4-9-51 

Frankenberg, J. H., 1269 Lila St., Jacksonville 12-1-51 

Franklin, A. M., 100 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 8-21-51 

Franklin, C. M., 36 W. Pine St., Orlando 11-24-52 

Franklin, Carolyn W., 304 y 2 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 8-24-51 

Franklin, Deneise, 4000 N. Miami Ave., Miami 11-30-52 

Franklin, George H., Box 2086, Sarasota 2-13-52 

Franklin, Thomas D., Box 73, Hallandale 6-5-51 

Frano, Emilie S., 115 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 4-2-52 

Fraser, Donald L., Attorney General's Office, Tallahassee 2-14-52 

Fraser, Lorraine M., 3908 Inman Ave., Tampa 10-22-52 

Frasure, I. J., Jr., 324 Michigan Ave., Daytona Beach 11-15-52 

Frazee, Lewis J., 1012 S. Dakota Ave., Tampa 3-8-51 

Frazer, N. T., Box 817, Ft. Lauderdale 10-6-52 

Frazier, Alethia B., 1842 Venus Ave., Jacksonville 2-16-51 

Frazier, Benjamin D., Jr., Box 2030, West Palm Beach 6-15-51 

Frazier, Helen C, 1740 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-10-51 

Frazier, Margaret K., 123*2 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 6-20-51 

Frazier, Marjorie, 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 2-26-51 

Frazier, Mary Lee, 223 W. University Ave., Gainesville 2-15-51 

Frazier, William R., 412 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 1-12-51 

Frazine, Ellen E., 6421 Haines Rd., St. Petersburg 2-5-51 

Freda, Joseph W., Box 797, Coral Gables 1-15-51 

Fredenberger, Mary B., 536 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 10-29-51 

Frederick, Freda M., Box 1551, Orlando 11-4-51 

Frederick, Gordon V., 1252, Sanford 5-6-52 

Fredrick, Harlow G., Jr., 138 Ward Dr., Winter Park 10-15-52 

Fredrick, William H., Box 1259, Tampa 11-23-51 

Fredricks, Charles, 600 S. Hughey, Orlando 11-17-52 

Freed, Charles J., 2031 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-29-52 

Freeman, J. V., 1029 Kings Ave., Jacksonville 10-31-52 

Freeman, Lucian C, 411 E. Broad St., Marianna 5-26-52 

Freeman, Marie, Box 930, Tallahassee 6-3-51 

Freeman, Marilyn, Box 954, Tallahassee 4-24-52 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 433 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Freeman, Nelle C, 3754 Tangerine Ave. S., St. Petersburg 5-14-51 

Freeman, Samuel E., 1561 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-30-51 

Freeman, W. A., Jr., 608 Tampa St., Tampa 3-11-52 

Freeman, Walter M., 804 Professional Bldg., Miami 2-27-52 

Freeman, Wilna C, 1904 E. Lakeview, Pensacola 3-23-52 

Freer, D. A., Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa 2-29-52 

Freidin, Carol S., 302 Roper Bldg., Miami 8-18-52 

Freimeyer, E. F., Box 272, Rockledge 2-18-51 

Freiwald, Sara, 1 Shalimar Dr., Shalimar 12-10-51 

Freker, Marie A., 318 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 8-1-52 

French, Dexter S., 933 duPont Bldg., Miami 8-9-51 

French, Edw. S., Box 6, Belleview 5-13-52 

French, Elizabeth, Box 338, Winter Garden 1-7-52 

French, L. H., Box 14, Graceville 11-17-51 

French, Marion L., Box 6, Belleview 3-28-52 

French, W. C, 167th Street and N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 7-7-52 

Frenkel, Clara B., Box 867, Tallahassee 3-1-52 

Frenkel, J. E., City Hall, Pensacola 3-15-51 

Frerichs, Bette J., 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 6-27-51 

Fresh, J. L., 1758 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-24-51 

Fresneda, Florence, Box 545, New Smyrna Beach 3-11-51 

Freund, Helena N., Box 207, Lantana 7-17-51 

Freund, Mildred, Box 720, Jacksonville 7-9-51 

Fricke, Edith L., 302 Clematis St., West Palm Beach 7-15-52 

Fridovich, Martin, 1305 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 12-17-52 

Fried, Mortimer, 560 Allendale Rd., Miami 10-16-52 

Fried, Samuel W., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 8-27-52 

Friedman, Bert, 602 Professional Bldg., Miami 7-16-52 

Friedman, Doris, 1950 N.W. 1st Ave., Miami 4-4-52 

Friedman, Leona H., 1910 S.W. 17th Terrace, Miami 7-29-52 

Friedman, Nathan L., Court House, Tampa 3-27-52 

Friedman, William, 1818 S.W. 11th Terrace, Miami 6-28-52 

Friedwald, Abe, 935 2nd St., Miami Beach 1-20-52 

Friend, Ardell M., 302 Datura St., West Palm Beach 11-28-51 

Frier, Malory B., Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota 5-5-52 

Fripp, H. M., 407 Jackson St., Tampa 1-9-52 

Frisch, Lavona L., Box 1069, Miami 10-13-52 

Friscia, Peter, 600 South Oregon, Tampa 7-8-52 

Frissell, George G., 69 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 11-10-52 

Fritz, Georgina, 100 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 9-8-52 

Froid, Elma, 720 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-51 

Froscher, N. T., 6781 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-12-51 

Frost, Donald Frederick, 44 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 4-11-52 

Frost, H. O, 507 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 10-20-52 

Frost, Keith L., 741 E. First St., Ft. Myers 6-13-52 

Frost, Nannette M., Florida Power Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-3-51 

Frostic, Amelia H., 106-G Clematis St., West Palm Beach 6-24-52 

Fry, Elaine L.. 6701 N. Miami Ave., Miami 11-17-52 

Frye, Edgar Parkman, 319 Court House, Miami 5-16-51 

Frye, Jean M., 210 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-11-51 

Frye, Olive Maecher, 6800 Bird Dr., Miami 10-5-51 

Fryling, Edna E., 1144 N.E. 18th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-22-52 

Fuchs, Jacob, 3116 Barcelona Ave., Tampa 1-7-52 

Fuller, Allen M., 718 W. Church St., Orlando 6-25-51 

Fuller, Charlotte E., 1545 N.W. 1st St., Miami 11-15-51 



434 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Daze Uiven 

Fuller, Marion M., 541 First Ave. S., Naples 1-18-52 

Fuller, R. D., Main and Broadway. Dunedin 8-25-52 

Fuller, Richard S., 3550 S.W. 9th Terrace, Miami 11-17-52 

Fullick, lone B., 795 N.W. 28th St., Miami 10-31-52 

Fulmer, Jack, 2644 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-19-51 

Fulton, S. L., 455 S. Orange Ave., Bartow 3-7-52 

Fulton, William R., Box 1094, St. Augustine 5-27-52 

Furlong, J. R., 2283 Blue Heron Lane, Vero Beach 11-28-52 

Furlong, Virginia, 132 N.E. 22nd St., Miami 8-16-51 

Furman, Sari L., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-16-52 

Fuss, J. F., 403 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 10-21-52 

Fussell, Lucille G., Box 574, Bushnell 7-3-52 

Fussell, William T., Box 2981, Tampa 2-14-52 

Fusselman, Nell, 1651 20th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-10-52 

Futch, Cline D., 102 First St., Neptune Beach 3-3-52 

Futch, D. B., 5330 Graywood Rd., Jacksonville 3-26-52 

Futch, Elsie Y., Box 6387, Clewiston 12-10-51 

Futch, Jewel T., Box 2820, Jacksonville 2-11-52 

Futch, L. H., Box 153, Lawtey 3-1-51 

Futch, Mack S., Lake Butler 1-8-51 

Fyler, Roberta H., 1152 N.W. 32nd Place, Miami 11-26-51 

Gaal, Florence T., 6320 S.W. 50th St., Miami 1-24-52 

Gable, E. E., Box 1, Gainesville 10-28-52 

Gabor, Frank, 1301 Pacific Bldg., Miami .7-31-51 

Gadarian, Ardzvig V., Rt. 3, Box 144, DeFuniak Springs 7-7-52 

Gaddy, Hazel B., Atlantic Bank Annex, Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Gafney, W. C, 400 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 8-21-52 

Gage, Don L., Box 713, Orlando 4-2-51 

Gage, John M., 309 S. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 10-30-51 

Gage, Raymond W., Municipal Docks and Terminals, 

Jacksonville 12-1-52 

Gagnon, Herbert J., 516 N.W. 7th Ave., West Hollywood 5-20-52 

Gailbreath, R. J., Box 268 Allapattah Sta.. Miami 3-14-52 

Gaillard, Helen A., 520 V 2 N. Wild Olive, Daytona Beach 7-3-52 

Gaines, Bert, 842 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 6-30-52 

Gaines, Edythe Adams, 1200 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 4-26-51 

Gaines, George R., Box 2020, Miami 4-12-51 

Gaines, Ida C, 14144 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach, 

St. Petersburg 6-11-52 

Gaines, J. A., General Delivery, Pierson 4-9-51 

Gaines, Sara B., Rt. 2, Box 22-A, DeLand 2-7-51 

Gainey, Thelma, c/o Hull, Landis, Graham & French, 

DeLand 6-7-51 

Gaither, John W., 1423 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-26-51 

Gaito, Josephine M., 2120 S.W. 16th Terrace, Miami 11-17-51 

Galatis, Ted P., 502 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 6-17-52 

Galbut, Hyman P., 244 5th St., Miami Beach 9-28-52 

Galbraith, Ren, 115 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 3-31-52 

Galbut, Ethel, 244 5th St., Miami Beach 11-23-51 

Gale, Chet, 11311 Central Blvd., Miami 12-15-52 

Gale, Gerald, 602 Professional Bldg., Miami 7-9-52 

Galiardi, Josephine, Box 470, Miami 10-1-52 

Gall, W. R., Box 434, Zephyrhills 1-31-51 

Gallacher, Marvel H., 414 Annex Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 2-1-51 

Gallagher, Blannie C, 627 McDaniel St., Tallahassee 8-15-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 435 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gallagher, Gerard A., 42 N.W. 107th St., Miami 5-18-51 

Gallagher, J. H., 31 S. Coats St., Daytona Beach 5-16-52 

Gallagher, Phil C, 1000 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-21-51 

Gallaway, Mary N., 1112 Vassar Ave., Orlando 3-23-51 

Gallena, Frances G., Box 511, West Palm Beach 7-10-51 

Gallian, P. F., Box 5272, Jacksonville 9-12-51 

Galloway, Elaine K., 505 1st St., Ft. Myers 3-12-52 

Galloway, J. O., Hosford 7-13-51 

Galloway, Robert F., 408 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 10-14-52 

Gallup, Daniel H., 4560 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 9-5-52 

Galvin, William F., 571 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-27-51 

Game, Paul, Box 2417, Tampa 11-6-51 

Gamer, Ruth E., 1110 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-12-51 

Gandy, Douglas W., Boynton Beach 5-10-52 

Ganius, R.E., c/o Aetna Finance Co., Pensacola 3-4-52 

Gans, N. H., 907 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 10-3-52 

Gant, David R., Webster 6-26-51 

Gantt, Margaret J., Box 2188, West Palm Beach 5-4-51 

Ganz, Max, Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-7-52 

Garaux, L. H., Rt. 4, Box 1404, South Miami 4-21-52 

Garavaglia, Angelina, 1056 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 2-8-52 

Garb, Bernard, 1 Lincoln Rd., Suite 225, Miami Beach 12-31-51 

Garcia, Antonio, P.O. Box 4346, Tampa 8-25-51 

Garcia, Gladys V., 916 12th Ave., Tampa 7-2-51 

Garcia, H. J., Sr., B. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc., 

Jacksonville 3-3-52 

Garcia, Maria S., 1807 Ninth Ave., Tampa 12-12-52 

Garcia, Marie, 2709 10th St., Tampa 1-16-51 

Garcia, Mary Ann, Court House, Tampa 9-23-52 

Garcia, Max, 7 Laura St., Jacksonville 9-11-51 

Gard, Dolores, 148 Michigan Ave., Daytona Beach 11-10-52 

Gardiner, C. H., 118 x / 2 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 2-12-51 

Gardiner, Sarah A., 5104 Freemont St., Jacksonville 3-29-51 

Gardiner, Winifred C, Box 174, Winter Garden 11-24-52 

Gardlik, Mary, 658 S.W. 8th St., Miami 2-16-51 

Gardner, Carl, 429 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 10-8-52 

Gardner, C. B., P.O. Box 1849, Tampa 10-9-52 

Gardner, James L., 123 5th St., Sarasota 2-27-51 

Gardner, Jean H., P.O. Box 1531, Tampa 9-10-52 

Gardner, Margaret T., 1215 Barnett Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville Beach 3-3-52 

Gardner, Park W., 578 E. 60th St., Jacksonville 3-14-51 

Gardner, S. Arvesta, 1051 Brickell Ave., Miami 11-28-52 

Gargiulo, Mary B., 3903 S. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 6-2-52 

Garilli, Dolores L., 1504 N.E. 1st Court, Miami 8-12-51 

Garland, Carole, 1127 N.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-15-51 

Garland, Mary J., 537 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-17-52 

Garlock, Wilma F., 905 Shady Lane Dr., Orlando .1-8-51 

Garman, Annabell R., 3325 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami 3-26-51 

Garman, Irene B., P.O. Box 122, Edgewater 2-9-52 

Garner, Dock C, Box 501, Belle Glade 7-30-51 

Garnett, Alberta D., 7619 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach 12-20-51 

Garnett, Eleanor P., 2330 S.W. 14th Ave., Miami 5-4-51 

Garnett, Russell R., 1373 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-27-51 

Garofalo, Robert R., Jr., 1111 E. Amelia Ave., Orlando 4-10-51 



436 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Garrabrant, John, 80 N.W. 125th St., Miami 10-2-52 

Garrett, Barbara J., Box 374, Leesburg 6-13-51 

Garrett, Gerald A., 1808 E. Cervantes St., Pensacola 1-25-51 

Garrett, Hannah C, 634 N.E. 85th St., Miami 1-28-52 

Garrett, John C, P.O. Box 490, Panama City 3-28-51 

Garrett, Marjorie, 702 N. "M" St., Lake Worth 11-21-52 

Garrett, Mary F., P.O. Box 206, Avon Park 2-10-51 

Garrett, Mattie L., Box 185, Milligan 10-5-52 

Garrett, W. H., Box 125, Tallahassee 9-25-52 

Garrett, William J., P.O. Box 143, Fort Walton 12-12-52 

Garrick, Eva Barrs, 23 S. Hogan St., Jacksonville 9-6-52 

Garriga, A., 2137 Union St., Tampa 9-12-52 

Garrison, L. O., 6605 Harer St., Tampa 2-14-52 

Garrison, Myrtle, 424 Independence Rd., West Palm Beach... 8-7-52 

Garrison, William H., Box 403, Lakeland 3-12-52 

Garron, Martin M., 534 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 4-16-51 

Gars, Robt. B., 220 Civic Bldg., Miami 12-4-52 

Garthright, Barbara Anne, 117 Ave. "A" N.E., Winter Haven.... 5-1-52 

Gartner, Edna, 1024 Park St., Jacksonville 5-26-51 

Gartrell, Edwin M., 513 Northwood Ave., West Palm Beach ...3-24-52 
Garvey, James A., Jr., 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 

Coral Gables 11-30-51 

Garvey, Ruth I., Box 663, Kendall 1-31-52 

Garvin, James A., 6339 S.W. 42nd St., Miami 11-2-51 

Gary, Ruth M., 1865, Daytona Beach 10-17-52 

Gasaway, Robert W., 4343 Pinewood Ave., Jacksonville 12-15-51 

Gaskill, C. S., 326 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-23-52 

Gaskill, Russell E., 1701 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 11-13-52 

Gaskin, Ruth, 4000 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-19-51 

Gaskin, W. Bruce, Box 113, Deerfield Beach. 7-17-52 

Gasper, Virgil F., 5416 N.E. 1st Court, Miami 2-9-51 

Gassaway, John S., 777 N.E. 144th St., North Miami 7-9-51 

Gassner, Walter S., Rt. 2, Box 553, Largo 9-25-52 

Gaster, Bert, 337 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-16-52 

Gaston, Emma C, 2522 Marion St., Orlando 4-23-52 

Gatchel, Patricia H., 410 W. 19th St., Sanford 10-12-51 

Gates, Dorothy M., 405 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 3-23-51 

Gates, Earl E., 1710 Segovia St., Coral Gables 3-3-51 

Gates, Harley D., Box 104, Boca Raton 7-28-51 

Gates, Harry, 1409 Oakley St., Orlando 10-28-51 

Gathings, Kenneth D., Rt. 4, Box 523, South Miami 2-2-51 

Gathright, Joyce H., 3924 Bay Vista Ave., Tampa 9-27-51 

Gathright, W. M., Box 944, Tampa 2-10-51 

Gatlin, R. D., 5545 Stanford Rd., Apt. B, Jacksonville 10-11-52 

Gato, Eloina M. H., 1426 Von Phister St.. Key West 8-3-52 

Gauldin, W. H., Jr., 321 Floyd Ave., Sarasota 1-30-51 

Gault, Gladys R., 501 E. Hyde Park Ave., Sarasota 6-1-52 

Gause, Anne C, 11201 N.E. 13th Ave., Miami 1-29-51 

Gause, Amelia O, P.O. Box 374, Tarpon Springs 9-21-51 

Gauslin, Albert F., 1516 South Myrtle, Clearwater 9-17-51 

Gauvey, J. Riley, 1707 N. Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth 7-28-52 

Gaver, Harry A., 4025 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami 10-27-52 

Gay, Fay D., Lake City 5-21-52 

Gay, Mary Ellen, P.O. Box 495, Wewahitchka 11-26-51 

Gay, Maurice E., Rt. 1, Jay 3-10-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 437 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gay, William W., 510 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-15-51 

Gayle, Margaret M., 171 N.W. 146th St., Miami 7-16-52 

Gaylord, Darris Murray, P.O. Box 363, Delray Beach 11-3-51 

Gaymon, Alva E., Box 93, Lutz 4-5-51 

Gazdik, Olga S., 1072 17th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-24-51 

Geary, Mildred, 2351 N.W. 33rd St., Miami 7-11-52 

Geduldig, Harry, 405 Espanola Way, Miami Beach 10-24-52 

Geeslin, L. E., Jr., 143 N. Main St., Orlando 3-19-51 

Geiger, Elisabeth A., Box 813. Leesburg 11-14-52 

Geiger, E. Wayne, Green Cove Springs 11-7-52 

Geiger, Harry C, 1285 N.W. 37th St., Miami 8-27-51 

Geiger, Jane Lloyd, 2616 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami 5-23-52 

Geiger, M. Lucile, 13 S.W. 3rd St., Gainesville 1-29-51 

Geiling, William R., Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Bunnell. ...9-5-52 

Geith, Evelyn S., P.O. Box 377, Sarasota 4-8-52 

Gelabert, John A., 1117 Truman Ave., Key West 6-13-52 

Gelder, Harris H., 5960 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 5-3-51 

Geldner, Martin G., 1202 Maryland Ave., St. Cloud 10-9-51 

Gelhaus, Fred J., 4200 S.W. 8th St., Miami 9-19-52 

Geller, Helen, Box 1810, Tampa 10-8-51 

Geller, Minna H., 660 King St., Jacksonville 12-4-52 

Genandes, Sylvia, 3684 N.W. 19th Terrace, Miami 8-15-51 

Genco, Grace, 2101 5th Ave., Tampa 1-31-51 

Genet, Martin, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-1-52 

Genet, Saul, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-19-51 

Genrich, D. R., 407 Saunders St., Plant City 6-2-51 

Gentry, Beulah M., Rt. 11, Box 485, Jacksonville 5-30-51 

Gentry, Elizabeth, Box 942. Tallahassee 11-18-52 

Gentry, J. R., P.O. Box 590, Bartow 5-24-52 

Gentry, Mildred C, 417 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 11-30-51 

Gentry, W. H., 11 E. Intendencia St., Pensacola 9-25-52 

George, G. T., 501 Main St.. Jacksonville 5-20-52 

George,Howard F., 1517 Malaga, Coral Gables 4-28-52 

George, Rose M., 3630 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 9-15-52 

George, Roy E., 1901 E. Broadway, Tampa 2-20-52 

George, Thomas W., 2109 Magnolia Ave., Sanford .....10-22-51 

Gerber, A. S., 6307 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-11-51 

Gerberding, Marilyn. 2029 N.W. 33rd St., Miami 3-22-51 

Gerdel, H. K., 2800 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-11-51 

Gerhart, Josephine D., 820 Florida Ave., Cocoa 5-29-52 

Gerlach, Lewis M., 909 N. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables 11-15-52 

Germany, John Citizens Bldg., Tampa 4-17-51 

Gerolstein, Jane D., 305 Revilo Blvd., Daytona Beach 7-18-51 

Gershon, Pauline, 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-18-51 

Gertler, Charles, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-23-52 

Gesell, Elizabeth M., 204 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 3-1-52 

Gesswein, Beulah, 1375 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-23-52 

Getzen, Annette, 522 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 1-16-51 

Getzen, J. C. Bushnell 2-10-51 

Getzen, Samuel W., P.O. Box 81, Gainesville 10-31-51 

Getzen, T. H., P.O. Box 642, Dade City 10-9-51 

Geus, Mary B., 9756 N. MacArthur Court, Jacksonville 3-5-52 

Geuther, F. R., 808 75th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-13-52 

Gheer, Virginia C, Box 25, Jacksonville 11-24-52 

Giacoumis, Louis P., 202 E. Peachtree St., Lakeland 10-7-52 



438 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gibbons, Gunby, 918 1st Natl. Bank Bids., Tampa 1-30-52 

Gibbons, Louise H., 2913 S.W. 35th Ave., Miami 11-1-52 

Gibbons, Myron G., 918 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 11-9-51 

Gibbons, Sam M„ 918 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 9-25-51 

Gibbs, Delbridge L., 625 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 3-22-61 

Gibbs, Elizabeth, 108 Line St., Melbourne 6-25-51 

Gibbs, M. G., 206 2nd St., S.W., Winter Haven 2-26-52 

Gibbs. Marya M., 314 W. Bay St., Perry 6-4-51 

Gibson, Clyde, Box 59, Bartow 2-27-51 

Gibson, Ellis, Box 59, Bartow 2-27-51 

Gibson, Henry K., 510 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-14-52 

Gibson, Jas. B., Jr., 501 y 2 Franklin St., Tampa 8-17-51 

Gibson, James H., Box 234, Delray Beach 3-15-51 

Gibson, Jane G., 115 W. Shore Blvd.. Tampa 9-19-52 

Gibson, L. C, 1116 N. "Q" St., Pensacola 9-29-52 

Gibson, Lois S., 4615 N. Miami Ave., Miami 11-30-51 

Gibson, Lucile H., 1120 N.W. 24th Ave., Gainesville 8-20-52 

Gibson, Mary W., Box 115, Ft. Walton 12-10-51 

Gibson, Melba W., Box 171, International Airport 

Branch, Miami 5-16-51 

Gibson, Ruth M., 1036 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-2-51 

Gibson, Thelma, Box 914, Bartow 5-8-52 

Gibson, Thomas W., Box 171, Winter Haven 5-6-51 

Gibson, William J., Box 115, Ft. Walton 2-19-51 

Giddens, Arthur, Jr., Box 126, Oceanway 5-1-52 

Giddens. Claud M., Box 7209, Clewiston 10-22-52 

Gidney, Morris J., 2480 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-18-51 

Gilford, Mary P., 308 16th St., E., Bradenton 9-29-52 

Gilbert, A. H., 3619 N.E. 5th Ave.. Miami 8-23-51 

Gilbert, Bettye Hammons, 55 E. Washington St., Orlando 7-10-52 

Gilbert, E. Russell, 755 N.E. 10th St.. Hialeah 8-4-52 

Gilbert, Gertrude Runge, Court House, Sanford 12-11-51 

Gilbert, Harry C, 325 Magnolia Ave., Orlando 10-15-51 

Gilbert, Marvin L., High Springs 8-28-52 

Gilbert, N. C, 1233 Forest St., Jacksonville 3-19-52 

Gilbert, Robert R., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 8-21-52 

Gilchrist, Edmond P., 1147 N.W. 77th St., Miami 1-21-52 

Giles, Helen W., Box 38, Hollywood 4-8-52 

Giles. Sally R., 4172 Douglas Rd., Miami 9-25-51 

Gilkison, W. M., 2960 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-12-51 

Gill, B. G., Box 331, St. Augustine 11-1-51 

Gill, Francis W., 417 S. Lake St., Orlando 10-23-52 

Gill, Helen S., Rt. 1, Davie, Ft. Lauderdale 9-5-52 

Gill, Louise B., 702 27th Ave. W., Bradenton 2-19-51 

Gill, Margaret, 4705 Tambay, Tampa 2-12-52 

Gill, Patsy N., 2223 Thrace St., Tampa 9-19-52 

Gilleland, Ellen M., Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-4-52 

Gilleland, George F., Box 1069, Miami 6-9-51 

Gillen, William A., 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-10-52 

Gilles, Ada Blanche, Box 1031, Tallahassee 12-20-51 

Gillespie, Doris, 765 Curtiswood Dr., Biscayne Key, Miami 4-28-52 

Gillespie, F. M., Box 31, St. Andrew Station, Panama City 11-3-52 

Gillespie, James P., 7001 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 6-4-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 439 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gillespie, Shirley, 411 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 5-15-52 

Gillespie, Thomas M. L., 6270 S.W. 20th St., Miami 4-21-52 

Gillespie, W. H., 100 W. Jefferson St., Orlando 6-1-51 

Gillette, G. G., 1402 North Blvd., Tampa 9-17-52 

Gillette, William J., 3005 N.W. 64th St., Miami 2-11-52 

Gilley, Florence G., 602 Pine St., Clearwater 7-2-51 

Gilliam, M. C, 1006 Tampa St., Tampa 10-19-51 

Gilliland, Marguerita, 1421 Adams St., Hollywood 6-30-52 

Gillis, David S., Box 2155, Ft. Lauderdale 2-13-52 

Gillis, Emily R., Box 435, Manatee 11-18-52 

Gillis, James M., Box 428, Marianna 4-3-51 

Gillis, John T., 1303 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 10-10-52 

Gillish, Frank, Box 703, Jacksonville Beach 8-6-52 

Gillman, Louis, 1224 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-28-52 

Gillmore, Frederick III, Box 2295, Pensacola 9-25-52 

Gillum, C. W., 1700 N. Dixie, West Palm Beach 2-28-51 

Gilman, Henry, 2200 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-13-52 

Gilman, Irving, 1301 Pacific Bldg., Miami 8-25-52 

Gilman, Neva L., 386 Hibiscus Ave., Palm Beach 10-4-51 

Gilman, Samuel G., 10 N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami 10-22-51 

Gilmore, Barbara R., Box 346, Cocoa 5-28-51 

Gilmore, Genevieve M., Box 550, Bradenton 5-5-52 

Gilmore, Henry F., 616 Celery Ave., Sanford 8-27-51 

Gilmore, Mae H , 14 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 1-21-51 

Gilmore, R. O., 41 E. Wright St., Pensacola 9-29-52 

Gilmore, W. Howard, 2720 Burlington Ave. N., 

St. Petersburg 2-4-52 

Gilmore, William J., 522 N. DeVilliers St., Pensacola 5-15-52 

Gilmore, William R., Box 114, Miami 8-28-52 

Gilmour, A. A., 1460 S.W 16th St., Miami 5-3-51 

Gimpel, S. W., c/o Weil-Maas Inc., Tampa 3-5-51 

Ginbey, Glen F., Rt. 3, Box 525, Miami 4-14-51 

Ginestra, J. F., 2748 N.E. 20th St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-23-52 

Ginex, Carolina D., Box 1183, Tampa 2-22-51 

Girardin, Ann S., 1626 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-19-52 

Giri, P. F., 1513 E. Bobe St., Pensacola 4-16-51 

Girtman, Charles, 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-19-52 

Girvin, Georgena, Everglades Club, Worth Ave., 

Palm Beach 4-17-51 

Gitelson, Monroe M., 340 23rd St., Miami Beach 12-3-51 

Given, Seymour J., 2900 Ninth St. N., St. Petersburg 5-25-51 

Glackmeyer, Marie A., 2594 Post St., Jacksonville 3-11-51 

Gladney, G. L., 5803 Fla. Ave., Tampa 5-5-51 

Gladstone, Elizabeth, 242 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-7-52 

Glaeser, Genevieve A., 3072 Lucaya St., Coconut 

Grove, Miami 7-19-51 

Glaeser, William A., 3012 Angeles St., Tampa 1-21-52 

Glaser, Daird, 501 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 10-3-51 

Glasgow, Helen E. ( Box 483, Starke 2-5-52 

Glasgow, W. W., 3530 Crystal Ct., Miami 11-23-51 

Glasow, H. J., 102 Brevard Ave., Cocoa 6-9-52 

Glass, Bettye C, Box 1607, Orlando 10-13-52 

Glass, John M., Box 374, Ruskin 2-5-51 

Glass, Martha L., 315 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 11-2-51 



440 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Glass, Martiele, 1848 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 6-8-51 

Glasser, Frieda G., Box 593. Little River Sta„ Miami 6-25-51 

Glasser, Herman H.. 1130 6th St.. Miami Beach 5-18-52 

Glasser. Louis, Box 1190, Miami 10-18-52 

Glazier, Donald N.. 1345 S.W. 7th St., Miami 10-1-51 

Glazier. M. H., 550 1st Ave. N.. St. Petersburg 10-18-52 

Glazier, Nathan S.. 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach... 8-9-51 

Gleason, F. P., 122 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 8-30-51 

Gleason, G. Roy, 1837 S.W. 14th Terrace, Miami 2-23-51 

Glenn, Vera, Box 271, Pensacola 3-13-51 

Glesher, Edna, 1740 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-4-51 

Glick, Annie H., 711 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-5-51 

Glickstein, Joseph M., Box 1086, Jacksonville 7-26-51 

Glisson, Eloise, Box 301, Brooksville 11-19-52 

Glisson, Ernest L., 934 14th St. W., Bradenton 8-27-52 

Glisson, R. L., Jr., 518 S. Main St., Brooksville 5-15-52 

Glisson. Walter H., 25 Palmer St., St. Augustine 8-14-51 

Glock. O. H., Rt. 1, Box 127-A, Dade City 7-21-52 

Glover, Archie, Box 168. Milton 5-12-52 

Gluck, Howard F., 1420 Middle River Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 11-28-51 

Gober, Cecil M., 509 E. Valencia St., Lakeland 3-10-52 

Goble. Elmer W., R. H. Adams Co., Ocala 4-10-52 

Goble, Floyd S., II. Box 442, Ocala 12-31-52 

Goble. Georganne, Pine Castle 4-10-52 

Goble, Mary W., 2028 Tyler St., Hollywood 5-4-51 

Godbee. Roy E., 605 Ocean St., Jacksonville 9-25-52 

Godbold, T. W., Jr., 101 S.W. 1 St., Miami 1-20-51 

Goddard, Carey F.. Box 406, Gainesville 6-13-51 

Goddard, John C, Jr., Altamonte Springs 2-4-52 

Godfrey, Elizabeth, P.O. Box 2673, Orlando 8-29-51 

Godfrey, G. Frank, 1501 Salzedo. Coral Gables 9-13-51 

Godfrey, Marjorie, 2410 8th St. S., St. Petersburg 9-17-51 

Godley. Carolyn H., 5700 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables 2-10-51 

Godley, Henry C, Jr., 1917 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Godshall, Mary Sue. 549 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-26-52 

Godwin, Bennie Mae, 405 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables 4-23-51 

Godwin, Beulah B., 11390 N.E. 8th Ave., Miami 12-28-52 

Godwin, Byron K., Jr., 136 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 6-22-51 

Godwin, Mrs. Charles, Box 272, Belle Glade 5-26-52 

Godwin, Dorothy M., 601 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville. .3-13-52 

Godwin, James T., 303 N. 14th St., Quincy 9-19-51 

Godwin, Leroy, Monticello 1-11-52 

Godwin, Oscar E., 8506 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 11-26-52 

Godwin, Warren B., 1232 Hailton St.. Jacksonville 8-21-52 

Goedert, A. H., Jr., 4841 Attleboro St., Jacksonville 4-12-52 

Goff. John C, RR 2, Box 480-B. Ft. Lauderdale 3-23-51 

Goff, Mary, 318 5th Ave. S,. St. Petersburg 12-12-52 

Goff. Nancy W.. 500 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Goffigon, Marion V., Clinton Foods, Inc., Dunedin 2-8-51 

Goforth, H. D., 127 N. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 8-16-51 

Gold, Louis J., 601 89th St., Miami Beach 3-17-51 

Goldsmith, E. D., 115 W. Central Ave.. Orlando 12-19-51 

Goldberg, George H., 2900 S.W. 16th St., Miami 12-17-51 

Goldberg, Herman, 2991 Coral Way. Miami 1-25-51 

Goldberger, Herbert F., 7037 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-30-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 441 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Golden, Alta M., Box 583, Panama City 3-5-52 

Golden, Jean C, 219 E. 9th St., Jacksonville 6-18-51 

Golden, Joseph, 7133 Bonita Dr., Miami Beach 5-28-51 

Golden, Robert, 1420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-24-52 

Golden, S. J. Grady, 310 Franklin St., Tampa 1-14-52 

Golden, W. K., Graceville 2-3-52 

Golding, Harry, 528 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-9-51 

Goldman, Abe S., 1136 S.W. 12th Court, Miami 2-12-51 

Goldman, Julia, 23 Marabella Ave., Coral Gables 10-15-52 

Goldman, Mildred F., 5117 Fairmont St., Jacksonville 9-12-52 

Goldman, Mitchell M., 346 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-28-52 

Goldstein, Elinor J., 500 15th St., Miami Beach 11-14-52 

Goldstein, Louis, 526 15th St., Miami Beach 2-14-52 

Goldstein, M. W., 914 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 7-2-51 

Goldstein, S. William, 914 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-30-52 

Goldstein, Wm., 225 N. Miami Ave., Miami 12-17-51 

Goleman, Dwight A., 520 Palencia Place, Lakeland 5-31-51 

Golightly, Lora, Melbourne 7-21-52 

Goll, Edyth A., 100 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 10-1-51 

Goll, Florence A., 3659 S.W. 5 Terrace, Miami 10-30-52 

Gomel, Walter J., 325 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 10-11-52 

Gomez, Eve Dawson, 204 N.E. 79th St., Miami 3-31-52 

Gontz, Anne, 610 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 6-14-52 

Gonzalez, Edward M., 1910 Kathleen St., Tampa 8-4-52 

Gonzalez, Frank R., 3422 Tampa Bay Blvd., Tampa 4-23-51 

Gonzalez, Gilbert, 2015 8th Ave., Tampa 6-15-51 

Gonzalez, Rene, 2112 Pine St., Tampa 8-9-51 

Gonzalo, Katherine, Box 3294, Tampa 7-27-51 

Gonzalo, Lucie, 1817 14th Ave., Tampa 2-10-51 

Gonzalo, Tony F., 1415 Tampa St., Tampa 4-29-52 

Good, Claretta E., 1006 Langford Bldg., Miami 7-9-52 

Good, Muriel K., 59 N.W. 10th St., Miami 8-8-52 

Good, Patricia, 326 71st St., Miami Beach 12-29-52 

Goode, Dorothy A., 25 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 6-22-51 

Goodman, Catherine L., 2-31 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 8-7-52 

Goodman, Harvey E., 306 N.E. 79th St„ Miami 10-6-52 

Goodman, I. D., Box 4460, Jacksonville 4-4-52 

Goodman, Jack, 10 N.W. 12th St., Miami 8-23-51 

Goodman, Judith M., 235 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 1-10-52 

Goodman, Kelly L., Havana 5-14-51 

Goodman, Lillian B., 3127 S.W. 23rd St., Miami 2-17-51 

Goodman, Murray, 1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-24-52 

Goodman, Paul R., 3401 Manatee Ave., W. Bradenton 11-14-51 

Goodman, Samuel A., 717 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 10-21-51 

Goodnow, Alfred W., Box 1756, Sarasota 1-16-51 

Goodrich, Frances, 1600 Coral Way, Miami 3-13-52 

Goodrich, Mae, 10536 N.W. 32nd Place, Miami 11-26-51 

Goodson, Celia M., P.O. Box 1019, Jacksonville 3-27-51 

Goodwin, Herman, 677 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-17-51 

Goodwin, James H., 114 "B" Park Ave., Winter Park 8-21-52 

Goodwin, Julian M., 1501 N.E. 4 Place, Ft. Lauderdale 5-25-51 

Goodwin, M. Taylor., 403 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville... .2-13-51 

Goolsby, Lyda C, Box 505, Ocala. 10-12-51 

Gootee, N., 2250 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-17-51 

Gorder, Jane B., Box 502, Lake Worth 5-14-52 



442 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gordie, Irene M., Box 1196, DeLand 5-22-52 

Gordie, Richard C, Box 684, Green Cove Springs 9-12-52 

Gordon, Bruce W., 336 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-29-51 

Gordon, Charlotte A., Box 564, Sarasota 2-1-52 

Gordon, Edward J., 8311 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-27-51 

Gordon, Emily A., 116 Coates St., Daytona Beach 4-20-51 

Gordon, Erminnie, 2510 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-29-52 

Gordon, George William, Box 1, Oceanway 7-24-52 

Gordon, Gertrude L., 2310 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. .6-16-52 

Gordon, Harry, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12-27-51 

Gordon, J. C, P.O. Box 4368, Jacksonville 6-29-52 

Gordon, H. J., 638 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-22-52 

Gordon, Louise J., 5951 S.W. 13 St., Miami 2-5-51 

Gore, Dorothy M., Box 542, Palatka 9-2-52 

Gore, Joseph J., 601 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 11--8-51 

Gore, Seth L., 426 S. Clara Ave., DeLand 12-14-51 

Gormley, Margaret W., P.O. Box 441, Lakeland 8-23-51 

Gorman, P. C, P.O. Box 322, Leesburg 6-17-51 

Gorman, Sylvia L., 896 N.W. 1st St., Miami 2-1-51 

Gorton, Robert E., 2400 N. Tamarind Ave., West Palm Beach. .6-13-52 

Gosbee, Carlos C. 200 N. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 3-12-52 

Goss. Philip J., 475 Shoreview Ave., Winter Park 11-3-52 

Gossman, J. Rudolph, P.O. Box 1177, Homestead 3-30-51 

Gottesman. Harriette, 1437 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 2-21-52 

Gottlieb, Arthur G., 807 Olympia Bldg., Miami 9-27-51 

Gottlieb, Irving J., 131 S.W. 23rd Rd., Miami 2-27-52 

Gottschalk, Adeline K., 3021 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-8-52 

Gottshall, Betty W., 815 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 10-27-52 

Gottshall, Eugene R., 1125 N.E. 7th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. ...6-27-52 
Goudie, Edward R., c/o Coe, Richardson, Broberg, 

Palm Beach 12-14-51 

Gouge, Geneva C, 134 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 12-6-51 

Gough, Esther W., 2001 Tyler St., Hollywood 4-2-52 

Gougler, Rose Marie, 339 Sunset Dr., Jacksonville 12-14-52 

Gourley, Jennie R., Box 733, Lakeland 4-7-52 

Goutermout, Dorothy B., Box 844, Sarasota 10-20-52 

Gouwens, G. W., 2180 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 6-17-52 

Gover, Helen J., DeBary 3-5-51 

Gower, Frances, 213 W. Jean, Tampa 3-19-51 

Gower, William K., 18 6th St. S., St. Petersburg 7-6-52 

Goyen, Elaine, 234 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 2-3-51 

Grace, Earle P., 789 N.W. 76th St., Miami 7-9-51 

Grace, George, Box 266, Graceville 7-31-51 

Grace, John L., 207 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 1-22-51 

Grace. Richard C, 220 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables 8-11-52 

Grace, Robert B., 17 W. Union St., Jacksonville 8-25-52 

Gradus, Benjamin, 926 79th Terrace, Miami Beach 4-30-51 

Grady, George, c/o Grady Finance Co., High Springs 10-18-52 

Grady, John L., P.O. Box 2006, Ft. Myers 1-10-52 

Grady, Ruby, Box 532, Marianna 3-1-51 

Graham, D. J., Box 1950, Sarasota 12-3-51 

Graham, Dorothy M., Box 231, Pahokee 8-16-52 

Graham, Edward, 5135 S.W. 8th St., Miami 12-18-52 

Graham, Geo. G., 840 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 7-20-51 

Graham, Hattie T., 1105 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-28-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 443 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Graham, John, 2811 San Rafael, Tampa 5-15-52 

Graham, John E., 336 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-22-52 

Graham, John Ross, 219 E. State St., Jacksonville 4-11-52 

Graham, John T., 1171 E. 20th St., Jacksonville 3-14-52 

Graham, L. William, Box 123, Gainesville 7-19-51 

Graham, Mamie D., 2001 N. 11th Ave., Pensacola 7-3-52 

Graham, Marcey, c/o Arthur G., Hack, Orlando 11-26-51 

Graham, Marion L., Rt. 1, Box 73-C, Leesburg 11-13-51 

Graham, Paul H., 1171 E. 20th St., Jacksonville 9-5-52 

Graham, Russell F., 25 Rosevear, Orlando 10-2-52 

Graham, W. S., 514 E. Norfolk St., Tampa 7-8-51 

Grahel, Hugh L., 6 N.W. Gilliland Rd., Warrington 8-23-51 

Grainger, Gwendolyn, P.O. Box 308, Wauchula 7-30-51 

Grainger, Wm. C, Box 186, Wauchula 10-7-52 

Gramling, W. Sanders, 924 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 8-9-51 

Granda, Joe C, c/o Grimaldi & Grimaldi, Inc., Tampa 2-18-52 

Grange, Virginia W., 1631 N.E. 110th St., Miami 4-15-52 

Granoff, Ben, 2455 S.W. 19th Ave., Miami 10-27-52 

Grant, Fred H., 2232 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 7-21-52 

Grant, Irene, 20-A S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 9-12-51 

Grant, John J., 2416 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 1-30-51 

Grant, Wilbur Cecil, Box 3128, Daytona Beach 9-21-52 

Grantham, H. C, Box 433, Tampa 3-2-52 

Grantham, Lena, 511 Palmetto Ave., Plant City 7-18-51 

Gravely, Robert T., 1416 N. Blvd. St., Tallahassee 3-23-51 

Graves, Alice P., 1108 Fairland Ave., Panama City 5-7-51 

Graves, Alta, 2102 Ponce de Leon Circle, Vero Beach 1-27-51 

Graves, Bernice M., P.O. Box 297, North Miami 3-27-52 

Graves, Cecyle E., Box 396, Inverness 2-23-52 

Graves, Cornelia M., 120 South 2nd St., Palatka 2-17-51 

Graves, David A., 3043 Grand Ave., Miami 8-4-52 

Deirdre C, 1912 North Federal Highway, Hollywood 4-28-52 

Graves, James A., P.O. Box 2753, Orlando 7-2-52 

Graves, M. T., Ill N.E. 88th St., Miami 6-4-51 

Graves, Mary E., 1025 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-11-52 

Graves, Robert F., 1912 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood 11-5-52 

Graves, S. A., P.O. Box 821, Bartow 10-20-51 

Gray, Elwyn H., P.O. Box 1947, Orlando 11-22-51 

Gray, George, 1412 W. 6th St., Jacksonville 3-5-51 

Gray, G. Wayne, P.O., Box 1494, Orlando 10-6-51 

Gray, Harvey C, Jr., Box 628, Jacksonville 8-8-51 

Gray, Henry L., P.O. Box 44, Gainesville 10-10-51 

Gray, J. H. Grant, 4710 19th St. N., St. Petersburg 1-30-52 

Gray, Lois D., 432 McLeod Dr., Cocoa 10-13-52 

Gray, Peggy, 749 N.E. 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-12-52 

Gray, Ruth E., 2114 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 2-27-52 

Graybeal, Ora Byles, Box 3193, Station F., Jacksonville 4-18-51 

Grazier, Mary, 700 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-28-51 

Grealy, June C, 1133 N.E. 16th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 11-14-52 

Greco, Harold, 115 W. N. Bay St., Tampa 6-25-52 

Greco, Thelma M., 1903 20th Ave., Tampa 2-11-52 

Green, A. E., Jr., 554 Forest St., Jacksonville 6-23-52 

Green, Aida S., 60 Olive Dr., Hialeah 10-19-51 

Green, Alfred A., 224 Vz So. Beach St., Daytona Beach 1-11-52 

Green, Alfred A., Jr., 224% So. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-12-52 



444 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Green, Alonzo Frank, Box 2005, Gainesville 10-22-52 

Green, E. Ames, 908 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-24-52 

Green, Burton S., 1570 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 4-29-52 

Green, Floyd, Box 106, Starke 9-9-51 

Green, Gerald R., 3480 Main Highway, Coconut Grove 

Miami 2-26-52 

Green, Helen C, 4451 S.W. 14th St., Miami 9-17-51 

Green, Jack M., Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 4-23-51 

Green, John Marshall, P.O. Box 804, Ocala 5-14-51 

Green, Lois R., P.O. Box 3586, Orlando 11-13-51 

Green, Lottie L., Drawer M, West Bay Sta., Jacksonville 2-18-52 

Green, Marvin C, 1947 Kings Rd., Jacksonville 6-23-52 

Green, Mary Katherine, 510 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-17-51 

Green, Mildred P., Box 316, Macclenny 10-17-51 

Green, R. L., P.O. Box 585, Quincy 2-8-51 

Green, Robert, 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 11-10-52 

Green, Ruth E., 2907 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-14-51 

Green, Samuel, First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-23-51 

Green, Samuel, 760 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 3-3-52 

Green, Walter L., 412 S. Fremont Ave., Tampa.... 11-28-52 

Green, W. F., DeFuniak Springs 9-15-51 

Green, W. G., Jr., Box 555, Gainesville 8-18-52 

Green, Wm. R., 1935 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-30-52 

Green, Wilson, Jr., 15 E. Central Ave., Orlando 7-18-52 

Greenbaum, Arthur F., 513 Northwood Ave., 

West Palm Beach 10-30-52 

Greenberg, Harold A., 531 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-7-52 

Greene, B. E., 1020 W. Central Ave., Orlando 8-26-51 

Greene, Betty, Box 151, Florida City 6-6-52 

Greene, Claire L., 131 S. Sheridan Ave., DeLand 4-2-51 

Greene, Doris F., 2432 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 9-30-52 

Greene, Eva P., 3111 N.W. 16th St., Miami 4-16-52 

Greene, Frances Y., 555 N.E. 65th St., Miami 12-20-52 

Greene, Irene C, Rt. 1, Box 135, Pompano Beach 4-2-51 

Greene, James M., 2514 W. Cervantes, Pensacola 1-24-52 

Greene, Joseph D., 608 Tampa St., Tampa 3-9-52 

Greene, Louis, 2637 S.W. 31st. Ave., Miami 6-24-52 

Greene, Paul L., 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-13-52 

Greene, Raleigh W., Jr., Box 267, St. Petersburg 5-12-52 

Greene, Raymond W., 112 Park Ave., South, Winter Park 3-27-52 

Greene, Robert A., 550 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach 2-9-52 

Greene, W. H., Jr., Lake Wales 5-25-51 

Greenfield, Leo, 350 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-13-52 

Greenleaf, Ella T., 118 N. Federal Hwy., Lake Worth 12-16-51 

Greenwood, Warren L., 9 S. Ocean Ave., Daytona Beach 10-30-52 

Greer, Mrs. A. L., 4901 Elberon St., Tampa 4-21-52 

Greer, Lucille Beatrice, 901 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-26-51 

Greer. W. B., 312 Masonic Temple, Quincy 10-31-51 

Gregg, Carolyn N., 3435 N.W. 17th Ave.. Miami 10-3-51 

Gregg, Elizabeth, 907 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 2-27-52 

Gregg, Rothwell, 633 10th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 12-31-51 

Gregorich, R. Casey, 5 N.E. 79th St., Miami 10-17-52 

Gregory, Anne Marie, 1530 N.E. Miami Place, Miami 11-5-51 

Gregory, Donn, 301-4 Wallace S. Bldg., Annex, Tampa 12-9-52 

Gregory, Fred D., P.O. Box 207, Winter Garden 7-18-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 445 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gregory, George B., 532 New York Ave., Winter Park 6-14-51 

Gregory, George S., 2007 14th St., Bradenton 5-10-51 

Gregory, I. L., 554 May St., Apt. No. 3, Jacksonville 5-4-52 

Gregory, Kathleen C, Box 3668, Orlando 3-31-52 

Gregory, Kathryn, 221 Center Bldg., Tallahassee 10-26-52 

Gregory, L. C, 589 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 4-20-52 

Gregory, Mable R., Box 1001, Tallahassee 10-21-52 

Gregory, Mary Ann, 6000 S.W. 27th St., Miami 8-10-51 

Grennell, Goaldia G. ( Rt. 1, Box 98, Homestead 10-16-52 

Grethen, Clifford J., Rt. 2, Box 176J, Miami 7-12-51 

Grewe, F. W., 324 2nd Ave., Daytona Beach 7-14-52 

Gribble, Winona G., Box 628, Sebring 5-14-51 

Grice, F. G., 358 E. Wright St., Pensacola 9-6-51 

Grice, Nellie A., P.O. Box 66, Windermere 9-18-51 

Grier, John K., Box 870, Tallahassee 3-5-51 

Griffin, Angus, Box 262, Sneads 10-27-52 

Griffin, Bernice, 109 E. Union St., Apt. No. 3, Jacksonville.. .6-13-51 

Griffin, Bernice A., 302 W. Coleman, Box 43, Dade City 9-30-52 

Griffin, Don, 1923 E. Henry Ave., Tampa 8-12-52 

Griffin, Earl H., 3319 Mayflower St., Jacksonville 2-15-51 

Griffin, Elsie, 302 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 6-14-52 

Griffin, Gene, Room 108, Court House, Jacksonville 3-13-52 

Griffin, Helen E., 221 N. 4th St., Fernandina 1-15-52 

Griffin, Hugh R., 2034 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-8-51 

Griffin, Jane, P.O., Box 951, West Palm Beach 9-10-51 

Griffin, John B., 333 Fern St., West Palm Beach 3-10-52 

Griffin, Joseph E., 744 N.W. 29th St., Miami 3-20-51 

Griffin, Patricia W., 304 S. County Rd., West Palm Beach.. .10-25-51 

Griffin, S. D., Jr., 620 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami 3-17-52 

Griffin, Virginia, Box 377, Princeton 9-18-52 

Griffin, W. D., Jr., 4118 Herschel St., Jacksonville 10-31-52 

Griffis, Betty, Box 502, Orlando 1-21-52 

Griffis, E. B., Jr., 603 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 7-2-51 

Griffith, C. H., 2424 S.W. 20th St., Miami 8-6-51 

Griffith, C. S., 809 N. Mills St., Orlando 5-23-51 

Griffith, Elizabeth, 275 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 6-24-52 

Griffith, Ira E., 2436 N.W. 55th St., Miami 2-6-51 

Griffith, R. B., 27 S. Main St., Orlando 1-18-51 

Griffith, Robert F., 515 N. Olive St., West Palm Beach 6-6-52 

Griffith, S. R. (Mrs.) 720 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton 3-13-51 

Griffiths, Marion C, Box 703, Opa-Locka 3-25-52 

Griggs, Carolyn M., 7712 Highland Ave., Tampa 9-6-51 

Griggs, J. R., Box 236, Wewahitchka 2-13-52 

Grimaldi, John A.R., P.O. Box 5585, Tampa 9-24-51 

Grimaldi, Ruth M., Miramar Beach, Santa Rosa 4-18-52 

Gringle, Paul E., Box 1066, Delray Beach 11-13-51 

Grimes, Clo Ann, 1411 duPont Bldg., Miami 10-18-51 

Grimes, E. Glenn, Box 388, Palmetto 6-12-51 

Grimes, T. T., 132 N.E. 63rd St., Miami 5-22-52 

Grimes, Wm. C, 609 Professional Bldg., Bradenton 5-21-51 

Grimm, Muriel E., 1169 S.W. 13th St., Miami 2-19-51 

Grimsley, R. G.. P.O. Box 372, Wauchula 7-30-51 

Griner, J. W. E., Box 108, Jasper 5-19-52 

Griner, Winifred J., 24 Laura St., Jacksonville 6-18-51 

Gringle, Eleanor N., P.O. Box 1066, Delray Beach.. 11-13-51 



446 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Grinnell, Lillian, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 1-28-52 

Grinnell, Lottie, 125 N.E. 89th St., Miami 4-20-51 

Grisillo, Elizabeth D., DuPont Bldg., Miami 1-30-52 

Grobert, Carl W., 7217 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg Beach 6-27-52 

Grobman, Lorraine, 1560 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 4-5-51 

Groene, C. B., 130 W. Church St., Orlando 5-25-52 

Groene, Shirley, County Court House, Ft. Lauderdale 2-27-52 

Groene, William E., 7-9 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale. 11-15-51 

Groff, W. V., 2619 N.W. 22nd Court, Miami 1-31-51 

Grogan, George A., 2240 9th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 3-20-51 

Groninger, H. E., 2800 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 4-14-52 

Groover, Geraldine M., Box 616, Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-51 

Groover, H. B., 1514 E. Central Ave., Orlando 8-15-51 

Groover, Iona, 2212 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-12-52 

Groover, Louise B., 3206 28th Ave., Tampa 8-12-51 

Groover, M. E., P.O. Box 445, Monticello 6-2-51 

Gros, Myrtle T., P.O. Box 803, Lake Park 3-10-52 

Gross, Ethel, Box 806, West Palm Beach 8-17-51 

Gross, J. J., 103 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 2-28-51 

Gross, Max, 190 21st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-30-52 

Gross, Otha Lee, 2300 Thomas, Hollywood 7-2-52 

Gross, Sylvia T., P.O. Box Box 206, DeLand 11-24-52 

Grossberg, Frederick S., 704 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-22-52 

Grossman, Mary Ellen, P.O. Box 925, Palm Beach 6-7-51 

Grove, John J., First National Bank, Milton 6-1-51 

Grove, Nora, Rt. 2, Box 256-A, Dade City 1-15-51 

Groves, Howard L., 4004 San Pedro, Tampa 5-25-51 

Grovett, Cal L., No. 10 Largo-Clearwater Rd., Largo 12-1-51 

Grubb, Vernon D., 1829 S.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-1-51 

Grubbs, Herbert, Tavares 5-10-51 

Grubbs, Sue Carol, 21 W. Liberty St., Brooksville 3-24-52 

Gruber, G. M., Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 2-19-52 

Gruber, H. S., 4309 N.W. 36th St., Miami Springs 9-15-52 

Gruetzmocher, Frances E.. 2914 Estrella St., Tampa 3-26-51 

Grundler, Sophie R., Box 324, Orlando 10-12-52 

Grundy, Buck, Islamorada 2-22-52 

Gruver, Blanche L., Box 2935, St. Petersburg 11-12-51 

Gruver, J. E., 903 E. Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 11-14-52 

Guarisco, Nuncy, c/o Grimaldi & Grimaldi, Inc., Box 5585 9-8-52 

Guarneau, R. W., 103 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-5-51 

Guberman, Jean, 1520 S.W. 5th St., Miami 7-21-52 

Gubin, George M., 150 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach 9-2-52 

Gudbaur, Edythe, Box 483, Ft. Myers 10-24-52 

Guenther, Mildred D., 428 N. K St., Lake Worth 3-26-52 

Guerard, Thelma S., 708 S.E. 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-17-51 

Guerin, Mary B., Room 1302, Courthouse, Miami 6-23-52 

Guerin, R. G., P.O. Box 3366, Miami 9-28-51 

Guernsey, Frank D., Sr., Box 351. Orlando 4-26-52 

Guernsey, Joseph S., 17 E. Central Ave., Orlando 3-8-51 

Guess, J. Fred, Box 203, Lake Wales 9-12-52 

Guest, Lee, 112 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 4-3-51 

Guida, Angelo, 217 N. Franklin St., Tampa 8-6-52 

Guhl, Adolph C, 610 N.W. 111th St., Miami 5-10-51 

Guilbert, George F., 2015 Funston St., Hollywood 5-29-52 

Guilford, Thomas M., Edgar 3-14-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 447 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Terra, 4 Years from Date Given 

Guiliano, Ramona, 1203 13th Ave., Tampa 3-24-52 

Gulley, Guy P., P.O. Box 398, Tampa 4-5-51 

Gullo, Philip, 1520 E. Broadway, Tampa 7-10-52 

Gunderson, Ruth E., Box 160, Hollywood 4-16-52 

Gurm, Evelyn T., 1331 W. Central Ave., Orlando 2-20-52 

Gunn, Frances A., Box 547, St. Petersburg 12-31-52 

Gunn, Regina, 1028 Stella St., Fort Myers, Fla 2-24-51 

Gunnell, Helen A., c/o Bell Laboratory, Inc., Box 1983, 

Orlando 4-23-51 

Gunther, Arley F., 3004 Douglas Rd., Apt. 16, Coral Gables. .4-21-52 

Gurnett, Jack, Box 1192, Winter Haven 12-1-52 

Gurney, Edward J., Jr., Box 947, Winter Park 2-28-51 

Gurr, Nell 9807 Forest Hills Dr., Tampa 4. 6-21-52 

Gusky, Joseph M., 514 N.W. 34th St., Miami 10-25-52 

Gustafson, Bessie, 646 2nd Ave. S., St. Petersburg 2-11-51 

Gustafson, Gordon Carl, 443 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-22-51 

Guthrie, Ada R., 208 Fern St., West Palm Beach 5-26-52 

Guthrie, Geo. F., P.O. Box 1446 Ft. Myers 12-27-51 

Guthrie, Rose S., 1102 Center St., Palatka 7-17-52 

Guthrie, Ruth P., 419 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-19-52 

Guttenmacher, David, 2315 S.W. 26th Terrace, Miami 7-3-52 

Gutteridge, Mary H., P.O. Box 439, Auburndale 5-26-51 

Gutterman, Harry, 224 W. King St., St. Augustine 1-16-51 

Guyton, Geneva P., 1756 Illinois St., P.O. Box 1657, 

Jacksonville 11-6-51 

Haag, Betty J., 434 8th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 7-31-52 

Haas, C. E., 332 W. 69th St., Jacksonville 8 6-5-51 

Haas, Widmer E., P.O. Box 1111, Tampa 1 11-22-51 

Haasze, E. Jackson, 73 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 32 3-28-52 

Haberlandt, Ollie R., 1240 Peri St., Opa Locka 7-9-51 

Hack, Margaret, 1706 Embassy Dr., Jacksonville 10-14-51 

Hackett, James J., 1317 Sligh Blvd., Orlando 10-7-51 

Hackney, D. Lois, 505 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 8-22-52 

Hackney, Joseph A., 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-19-52 

Hackney, Tillie M., Gibsonton 1-15-51 

Haddock, E. C, 1125 E. 13th St., Jacksonville 6 4-3-51 

Hadley, Irving M., P.O. Box 13, Boca Raton 5-13-52 

Hadley, Lyle C, 2411 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-3-52 

Hadley, Ralph Vincent, 122 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park 8-7-52 

Hadley, Victor H., P.O. Box 85, Coconut Grove 12-17-51 

Hadsock, Flavius L., 105 Twiggs St., Tampa 4-14-51 

Hadyk, David Jackson, P.O. Box 1531, Tampa 6-5-51 

Haegeman, Doris M., 6790 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 44 5-15-51 

Hafer, Charles W., Box 3265, Orlando 4-7-52 

Hafner, E. R., 739 E. Tennessee St., Tallahassee 7-11-52 

Hagan, Edith, Box 165, Punta Gorda 2-1-51 

Hagan, Shirley F., 1515 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 4-19-51 

Hagen, Elenore J., 1311 S. M St., Lake Worth 7-26-51 

Hagen, J. T., 1530 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 1-4-51 

Hagen, Margaret W., c/o Smith & Axtell, American 

Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 10-3-51 

Hager, Earl N., P.O. Box 3241, West Palm Beach 10-22-51 

Hager, Marian G., Box 263, Delray Beach 7-21-52 

Hagg, J. S., 2041 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-2-52 

Haglund, Ardis L., 1962 Chenango Ave., Clearwater 3-10-52 



448 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hagood, Thos. A., 2940 S.W. 12th St., Miami - 6-13-51 

Hague, C. T., P.O. Box 937, Jacksonville Beach 8-10-51 

Hahn, Ellen A., 150 E. Madeira Ave., Madeira Beach 2-29-52 

Hahn, Grace, 137 N.W. 31st St., Miami 2-28-52 

Hahn, Ray J., Box 456, Arcadia 5-10-52 

Haile, Carlos E., 220 9th Ave. E., Bradenton 1-6-51 

Haimovitz, Paul, P.O. Box 5806, Tampa 5-6-51 

Haines, Forrest L., P.O. Box 1859, Miami 3-22-52 

Hain, Elizabeth S., 1580 Bougainvillea Way, Bartow 10-27-52 

Hainline, Theodore R., Ill S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 4-14-52 

Hair, Elaine Chastain, 3213 Tampania Ave., Tampa 11-17-52 

Hair, Faber, Box 503, Opa-Locka 6-3-52 

Hair, Helen B., 1434 Whitner St., Jacksonville 2-13-52 

Hair, Russell A., 1007 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 9-8-52 

Hale, Geraldine P., Live Oak 8-11-52 

Hale, Robert H., 335 Greymon Dr., West Palm Beach 1-28-52 

Hale, Ruth C, P.O. Box 1066, Delray Beach 2-5-51 

Hale, Shirley S., P.O. Box 447, Jacksonville 3-22-51 

Hale, William T., 540 N.W. 116th St., Miami 4-2-51 

Haley, Wanda, 1015 W. New Hampshire Ave., Orlando 7-1-52 

Halferty, F. W., Ft. Lauderdale Natl. Bank, Ft. Lauderdale.. .9-2-52 

Haliburton, Talley, P.O. Box 1951, Tampa 1-21-51 

Hall, Alice W., 1921 Ave. "H" N.W., Winter Haven 2-28-52 

Hall, Ardis B., P.O. Box 1267, Clewiston 4-28-52 

Hall, Carl B., Winter Garden 2-10-51 

Hall, E. A., 36 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 6-29-51 

Hall, Ed A., P.O. Box 137, Melrose 2-8-51 

Hall, E. Richard, 2179 N.W. 18th Terrace, Miami 12-18-51 

Hall, Ernest W., Everglades 11-10-52 

Hall, Ettamae G.. 2209 Segovia Circle, Coral Gables 12-12-52 

Hall, Evelyn R., 4248 Ortega Place, Jacksonville 10-15-52 

Hall, Evelyn W., 260 N.W. 131st St., Miami 11-5-51 

Hall, Fiesole E., 681 N.W. 71st St., Miami 9-12-52 

Hall, F. K., 1725 S.W. 73rd Ave., Miami 2-28-51 

Hall, G. C, Box 165, Dunnellon 8-27-52 

Hall, Jack M., 5113 Camille Ave., Jacksonville 4-22-52 

Hall, James B., P.O. Box 352. Orlando 5-8-51 

Hall, J. Drew, Box 325, Blountstown 9-25-52 

Hall, Joan T., 8405 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-25-51 

Hall, John M., 3006 Harbor View, Tampa 2-5-51 

Hall, Julian, 789 N.W. 34th St., Miami 9-30-52 

Hall, Julius P., P.O. Box 811. Little River Sta., Miami 3-20-51 

Hall, Kathryn N., 614 Franklin St., Tampa 7-10-51 

Hall, Katie H., P.O. Box 2601. Tampa 7-15-51 

Hall, L. E., 6016 Flora Vista, Tampa 10-11-52 

Hall, Leila F., 375 W. Parker St., Bartow 11-15-51 

Hall, M., 1020 Miami Rd., Jacksonville 12-5-51 

Hall, Marcus S., 1010 E. Ellicott St., Tampa 11-15-51 

Hall, Nellie, Box 2637, Orlando 10-10-52 

Hall, Norman, 15 Anthony Rd., Ocala 1-29-52 

Hall, O. L., Box 1768, Orlando 5-27-52 

Hall, Ira W., Fernandina 11-30-52 

Hall, Mary M., Fernandina 11-30-52 

Hall, Pankey G., 1607 Franklin St., Tampa 2-28-52 

Hall, Richard B., P.O. Box 223, Miami 5-12-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 449 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hall, Ruth, Waverly 10-25-51 

Hall, S. O., B. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc., 

Jacksonville Beach 9-20-51 

Hall, Virginia P., 2460 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 10-10-51 

Hall, W. Earle, Box 3466, Orlando 10-29-51 

Hall, Wm. S., 150 Park Ave. S., Winter Park 8-10-51 

Hall, W. W., 121 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 1-3-52 

Hall, Y. E., Box 115, Fernandina Beach 12-1-52 

Haller, Patricia M., 720 Boca Ciega Isle, St. Petersburg 1-2-52 

Hallett, Erma R., 316 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg 12-12-52 

Hallett, Virginia E., 6307 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-8-51 

Halliday, Frank W., 1333 Mayfield Ave., Winter Park 5-9-52 

Hallier, O. R., 9900 N.W. 25th Ave., Miami 9-4-51 

Hallman, Merle C, 103 8th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach 4-7-52 

Hallums, Erma, 620 Seybold Bldg., Miami 11-9-51 

Hainan, Margaret D., 1634 S.W. 10th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale..3-22-52 

Halpern, Harry, 134 N. County Rd., Palm Beach 2-26-51 

Halter, V. F., 415 Federal Bldg., Jacksonville 9-11-51 

Haltom, E. B., 2733 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 7-21-52 

Halvorsen, Norman W., Miami Beach 1st Natl. Bank, 

Miami Beach 11-20-52 

Hamacker, Jon C, 5275 N.E. 2nd Ct., Miami 11-26-51 

Hamel, Earl G., P.O. Box 1425, Pensacola 3-2-51 

Hamel, Joseph O., 1757 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach 7-18-51 

Hamil, Alice M., 1300 Pan American Bldg., Miami 11-9-51 

Hamilton, Bernice G., 830 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-21-51 

Hamilton, Betty Lou, 111 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 9-11-52 

Hamilton, Courtnay C, 1137 Main St., Sarasota 4-1-52 

Hamilton, C. R., Box 428, Milton 1-25-52 

Hamilton, Curtiss B., 708 Huntington Bldg., Miami 6-26-52 

Hamilton, Dorothy V., 1744 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami 10-10-51 

Hamilton, Ethelyn V., 410 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville.. ..2-13-51 

Hamilton, H. W., 336 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 5-20-52 

Hamilton, Iva C, 718 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 10-16-52 

Hamilton, Joseph A., 35 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 2-10-51 

Hamilton, L. E., Rt. 2, Box 54A, Maitland 3-12-52 

Hamilton, Magdaline, 1935 Pearl St., Jacksonville.- 9-24-51 

Hamilton, Ora Dell. 909 Bayou Ave., Stuart 10-4-52 

Hamilton, Ruby B., 250 W. 39th St., Jacksonville 8-18-52 

Hamilton, R. W., Box 1353, Lakeland 5-19-52 

Hamilton, W. H., Box 812, Winter Haven 2-5-51 

Hamilton, William H., Essex Bldg., Hialeah 8-3-51 

Hamiter, Willis R., Bradenton Motor Co., Bradenton 4-23-52 

Hamiin, Alan H, Tavares... 2-21-51 

Hamlin, Lina, 976 W. Flagler St., Miami..... 5-9-51 

Hamlin, Lucy W., P.O. Box 869, Sarasota 9-13-51 

Hammer, James N., 96 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-21-51 

Hammer, John M., Tampa Theater Bldg.. Tampa 12-24-51 

Hammer, Nat, 46 N.E. 1st St., Miami 11-26-52 

Hammersla, Robert L., 311 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3-10-52 

Hammon, Leona ,6307 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-17-51 

Hammond, C. L., 310 Ave F S., Winter Haven 7-14-52 

Hammond, David S., 2020 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.. ..7-23-52 

Hammond, Lillian E., P.O. Box 61, Mayport 1-8-51 

Hammond, Mary, Box 653, Pahokee 10-2-52 



450 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hammond, Sidney W., 8214 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 3-12-52 

Hampton, C. W. L., 967 Broad St., Jacksonville 12-2-52 

Hamphton, James L., 3301 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-1-51 

Hampson, Birgit I., 2733 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. .9-24-51 

Hampton, W. F., 405 W. Maxwell Dr., Lakeland 3-15-52 

Hamrick, Claude S., 2408 Mississippi Ave., Tampa 7-21-52 

Hamrick, Mildred M., 200 W. Central Ave., Orlando 4-16-52 

Hamwey, Frank E., Jr., 1454 Liberty St., Jacksonville 10-26-51 

Hancock, Ben S., Jr., Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-11-52 

Hancock, Emma T., P.O. Box 124, Quincy 12-9-51 

Hancock, George C, 2104 Florida Ave., Tampa 4-9-51 

Hancock, Geraldine E., 332 V 2 N. Sans Souci Ave., DeLand... 10-28-52 

Hancock, L. Frank, P.O. Box 558, Miami Beach 4-9-51 

Hancock, Loyce, Lake Placid 9-23-51 

Hancock, Violet B., 1105 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-20-51 

Hand, Wm. H., 502 S. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater 7-21-52 

Handley, Leon H., Box 633, Orlando 4-10-52 

Handros, Roy P., 1037 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 2-16-52 

Hanes, John, P.O. Box 1732, Pensacola 8-18-52 

Hanesworth, Robert W., Box 2431, Sarasota 7-11-51 

Haney, Gertrude, 805 W. Henry St., Tampa 5-4-51 

Haney, H. G., 514 S. Morgan St., Tampa 4-23-51 

Haney, Imogene, P.O. Box 21, Leesburg 4-10-51 

Hangge, Fern M., 3721 S. Poinsettia Ave., 

West Palm Beach 10-24-51 

Hangge, Forest R., 3721 S. Dixie Ave., West Palm Beach 10-8-52 

Hanke, Rosemary, Olympia Bldg., Miami 6-8-51 

Hanken, I., 586 N.W. 83rd St., Miami 2-21-52 

Hankins, Mary E., 311 S. Monroe, Tallahassee 9-4-51 

Hankins, S. M., 1008 Tampa St., Tampa 3-18-52 

Hankins, W. G., 113 Patrick St., Kissimmee 5-20-52 

Hanks, Doris, 212 Marine Dr., Warrington 5-28-52 

Hanks, June W., Box 517, Delray Beach 9-29-52 

Hanley, Channing J., 10 N. Brown St., Orlando 6-25-51 

Hanley, Elizabeth, 225 E. Church St., Jacksonville 4-18-52 

Hanley, Inez M., 607-11 Olympia Bldg., Miami 10-8-52 

Hanley, Mary E., 913 S.W. 31st Ave., Miami 10-23-51 

Hanley, M. F. (Mrs.), 2253 N.W. 32nd St., Miami 5-20-52 

Hanna, Alice P., 469 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-3-52 

Hanna, Elsie B., P.O. Box 1768, Orlando 3-13-52 

Hanna, Helen J., 636 Wilkie St., Dunedin 7-30-52 

Hanna, John M., 409 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 12-17-51 

Hanna, Macel A., 510 N. 15th Ave., Pensacola 5-11-51 

Hannagan, Lulamae, Rt. 2, Box 72, West Pensacola 2-7-52 

Hannah, Berenice W., Rt. 3, Box 503, Pensacola 10-27-52 

Hannan, Benjamin, 2135 Plunkett St., Hollywood 4-30-51 

Hannon, Frank, Box 666, Port St. Joe 10-18-52 

Hannon, Frank M., 273 S. County Rd., Palm Beach 11-12-52 

Hannapel, Barbara, 618-22 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-23-51 

Hansbrough, Ora N., 353 W. 8th St., Jacksonville 11-15-51 

Hansen, Alice E., Meres Bldg., Tarpon Springs 9-8-52 

Hansen, Elizabeth, P.O. Box P, Vero Beach 4-28-52 

Hansen, J. H., 2932 N. Atlantic Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-8-51 

Hansen, Lillian M., 702 19th Ave. W., Bradenton 4-16-52 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 451 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hansen, Nina B., No. 1 Fiesta Way, Nurmi Isles, 

jft. Lauderdale 3-29-51 

Hanskat, Edward J., 1406 Pass-a-Grille Way, 

Pass-a-Grille Beach 2-8-51 

Hanson, Allan, 1345 20th St., Miami Beach 7-28-52 

Hanson, Robert I., Box 1356, Trenton 12-13-52 

Hantz, Mae, P.O. Box 386, Orlando 4-15-52 

Hanzo, Anna Lee, 1777 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-13-52 

Haralson, Myrtis, 1209 Swann Ave., Tampa 12-12-52 

Harbison, Charles H., P.O. Box 883, Delray Beach 10-25-51 

Harby, George A., 2717 Oak St., Jacksonville 9-4-52 

Hard, Helen B., 3900 S.W. 2nd Terrace, Miami 9-17-51 

Hardee, Edison C, P.O. Box 36, DeLand 4-7-51 

Hardeman, Alfred A., 1637 N.E. 4th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 6-22-51 

Harden, G. Russell, 1928 Larchmont, Fort Myers 9-21-51 

Hardenbrook, Burt W., 1824 Polk St., Hollywood 9-19-51 

Hardesty, James W., 719 Park Dr., Leesburg 9-10-52 

Hardie, Murray W., 2630 S.W. 19th Ave., Miami 11-7-52 

Hardin, Lois, P.O. Box 580, Panama City 7-22-51 

Harding, Harry T., Box 195, Winter Park 10-27-52 

Harding, Thos. L., 4009 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 1-30-52 

Hardison, L. C, P.O. Box 1841, Sarasota 2-14-51 

Hardon, W.H., P.O. Box 268, Quincy 6-12-51 

Hardwick, Florence, 209 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 12-26-52 

Hardwick, J. E., Jr., Box 669, West Palm Beach 12-13-52 

Hardy, Charles, Box 573, Starke 7-17-52 

Hardy, E. E., Box 43, Pompano Beach 12-28-52 

Hardy, F. M., 4251 S.W. 8th St., Miami 7-6-51 

Hardy, Jeanette, 1229 DuPont Bldg., Miami 1-22-51 

Hardy, Thomas T., 235 N.E. 29th St., Apt. No. 5, Miami 3-12-52 

Hargan, Norma, 266 S. County Rd., Palm Beach 12-10-51 

Hargis, Dolores M., Zoology Dept., F.S.U., Tallahassee 11-18-52 

Hargis, James O., Jr., 31 W. Washington St., Orlando 2-27-52 

Hargrave, A. A., Box 325, Arcadia 3-10-52 

Hargrove, Charles F., 1017 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 3-30-51 

Harkins, Gloria C, 3475 Royal Rd., Coconut Grove 9-7-51 

Harkness, John F., 534 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-11-51 

Harkness, W. M., Jr., Engineering Dept., Hillsborough Co., 

Tampa 2-3-51 

Harlan, J. M., Gulf Life Bldg., Jacksonville.- 1-22-51 

Harless, Joe D., N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach 7-21-51 

Harley, James B., Jr., 1140 W. Marjorie St., Lakeland 2-15-52 

Harley, Randall K., 138 N.W. 62nd St., Miami _ 7-5-51 

Harllee, Asa L., 546 Whitehall St., Tallahassee 5-5-51 

Harman, M. G., 16 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 1-7-52 

Harman, Mamie L., 10 Currie Crescent, West Palm Beach. ...11-26-51 

Harmon, Carol, 935 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables 6-5-52 

Harmon, Carolyn M., 306 S. 8th Ave., Wauchula 6-13-51 

Harmon, Lillian H, 682 N.W. 123rd St., Miami 12-3-51 

Harmon, Mildred S., 2740 S.W. 18th Ave., Miami 10-27-51 

Harmon, Nazoma M., Box 2231, Orlando 3-9-51 

Harmon, Robbie B., W. Washington St., Quincy 11-13-51 

Harmon, W. N., Rt. 6, Box 250 H, Jacksonville 2-12-52 

Harmony, G. W., First National Bank, Live Oak 6-16-52 

Harn, Earline, Box 675, Clewiston 4-17-52 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Harried, Inez Clark, Box 515, Mulberry 6-21-51 

Harootian, Agnes A., 7420 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach 1-7-52 

Harp, Alfred W., P.O. Box 25, Buena Vista Sta., Miami 5-18-52 

Harpe, Helen B., Box 1167, Jacksonville 9-4-52 

Harpe, William B., P.O. Box 2379, Miami 3-14-52 

Harper, Ada B., Box 6507, Clewiston 6-23-52 

Harper, Bonnie M., 1000 Paseo Castalla, West Palm Beach.. ..5-23-51 

Harper, Carlos E., 204 W. University Ave., Gainesville 6-26-52 

Harper, E. P., 1408 E. Brainard St., Pensacola 3-17-52 

Harper, Geo. T., 1017 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 10-18-51 

Harper, Jean, P.O., Box 819-A, St. Petersburg 6-5-51 

Harper, Jean A., 531 S.W. 8th Ct., Miami 3-2-51 

Harper, J. T., 812 W. Main St., Lakeland 7-28-52 

Harper, Louis O., Box 1145, St. Augustine 12-1-52 

Harper, M. S., 1960 S.W. 23rd Terrace, Miami 1-3-51 

Harper, Norman E., Brock Bldg., Tallahassee .5-17-51 

Harper, Robert W., 1295 W. Indiana Ave., Winter Park 7-21-52 

Harper, Virginia M., 2204 Exmore Rd., Tampa 7-23-51 

Harper, Vivian, Box 2423, West Palm Beach 5-26-52 

Harr, Nancy K., Fort Walton 11-30-51 

Harrell, F. M.. 12210 N.E. 10th Ave., Miami 10-23-52 

Harrell, Frances W., 504 S. Melville, Tampa 5-12-52 

Harrell, John H., 36 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 6-12-51 

Harrell, L. C, 201 W. Haines St., Plant City 8-23-51 

Harrell, L. L., 3812 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-2-51 

Harrell, Roy E., 1242 S.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-9-52 

Harrell, Virginia H., P.O. Box 271, St. Andrew 10-8-51 

Harrelson, Fred A., Jr., Seminole Bldg., Jacksonville 6-12-52 

Harrelson, Kathryn, 102 S. "L" St., Pensacola 7-27-51 

Harriman, Joseph E., Box 2086, Sarasota 2-13-52 

Harris, Audrey B., Ill B, S. Fielding Ave., Tampa 12-26-52 

Harris, Belle R., 4230 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville 1-5-52 

Harris, Bertha L., 640 W. Mallory, Pensacola 1-25-51 

Harris, B. T., 808 13th St. N., St. Petersburg 5-12-52 

Harris, C. M., 3543 Mobile Hwy., Pensacola 2-15-51 

Harris, Emma D., 2900 Tangerine Ave., St. Petersburg 7-2-51 

Harris, Frank L., 502 Hogan St., Jacksonville 3-8-51 

Harris, Gertrude K., 919 Garden Plaza, Orlando 9-26-51 

Harris, Gibbs W., 405 Madison St., Tampa 11-23-52 

Harris, Grady L., Box 1574, Plant City 8-6-52 

Harris, Herb, 18th Ave. at Taylor St., Hollywood 4-14-52 

Harris, Jack, 1201 Marseille Dr., Miami Beach 6-30-52 

Harris, J. B., Port St. Joe 3-16-52 

Harris, John D., Jr., 817 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-26-51 

Harris, John S., 1740 Davis St., Jacksonville 11-3-52 

Harris, J. Y., Box 231, Oviedo 7-3-52 

Harris, Lester A., Church & Main Arcade, Orlando ....8-4-52 

Harris, Laura M., 106 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 10-21-52 

Harris, Lucille, P.O. Box 109, Sarasota 11-12-51 

Harris, Margaret B., 211 N. Main St., Orlando 4-16-52 

Harris, Mildred, P.O. Box 2349, Tampa 4-15-51 

Harris, Mildred G., 4515 College St., Jacksonville 9-23-52 

Harris, Michael, South Dade Farmers Bank, Homestead.. .10-3-52 

Harris, Phil E., Box 506, DeFuniak Springs 8-8-52 

Harris, R. A. P.O. Box "S", Jacksonville 6-16-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 453 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Harris, Richard Francis, 1475 26th Ave. N., St. Petersburg.. .6-8-51 
Harris, Richard M., 622 Dade-Commonwealth Bldg., Miami.. 11-19-51 

Harris, Richard R., 223 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 4-5-52 

Harris, Samuel W., 709-12 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg. .4-10-52 

Harris, S. Henry, 2910 Tangerine Ave., St. Petersburg 7-2-51 

Harris, Susan F., 1950 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami. 6-26-51 

Harris, Virgie, 425 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2-26-51 

Harris. Virginia, Box 868, St. Petersburg 9-15-52 

Harris, W. Paul, 909 Jeffords St., Clearwater 4-25-51 

Harrison, Baya M., Jr., 615 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 1-18-51 

Harrison, Edward B., Jr., 543 Oak St., Jacksonville 6-13-51 

Harrison, Ferrell H., 116 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 1-14-52 

Harrison, Florence C, Box 2806, Orlando 3-3-52 

Harrison, Fred L., P.O. Box 479, Lakeland 9-14-51 

Harrison, H. C, 808 Langford Bldg., Miami 6-13-51 

Harrison, Helen Frasier, Box 81, Panama City Beach 7-15-52 

Harrison, Horace F., Rt 2, Ponce de Leon 3-11-52 

Harrison, Irene W., Box 6037. Orlando 5-19-52 

Harrison, James B., 1010 Colonial Rd., Ft. Pierce 8-10-52 

Harrison, Jeanne L., 3201 Mobile Hwy., Pensacola 9-11-51 

Harrison, Jessie N., 901 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-26-52 

Harrison, Lina F.. P.O. Box 982, Vero Beach... 2-7-51 

Harrison, Margaret, 85 N.W. 17th Place, Apt. D, Miami 5-14-51 

Harrison, Raymond, 2811 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-4-52 

Harrison, Rosemary, 12675 N.W. 1st Ct., Miami 9-19-51 

Harrison, Ruth, 345 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-21-51 

Harrison, Samuel C. 227 E. 1st St., Jacksonville 12-1-51 

Harrison. Virginia B., Box 1018, Ft. Pierce 9-22-52 

Harrod, Margaret E., 1501 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami 7-6-51 

Harrod, Robert E., 6351 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 7-23-51 

Harry, Anthony F., Box 164, Pompano Beach 9-30-52 

Hart, Alice, 510 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 1-22-51 

Hart, Celia, P.O. Box 1390, Miami 10-1-52 

Hart, Edward F., 3810 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 4-20-51 

Hart, Eugene F., Box 182, Weirsdale .1-31-52 

Hart, Evelyn, P.O. Box 3941, Miami 5-17-51 

Hart, George B., 1325 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 8-10-51 

Hart. Jeannette A., Box 1349, DeLand 3-13-52 

Hart, J. M., Jr., 1067 W. Forsyth St.. Jacksonville 7-11-52 

Hart, Leila W., Rt. 2, Box 63, Lake Wales 9-15-52 

Hart, Marjorie S.. 2642 S.W. 19th Ave., Miami 5-9-52 

Hart, M. S., Box 467, Graceville 10-11-52 

Hart, Norman B., 533 Plymouth Rd., West Palm Beach 6-26-52 

Hart, R. M., 319 Brent Bldg., Pensacola 5-15-51 

Hart, Thomas David, 1837 43rd St. S., St. Petersburg 7-7-51 

Hart, Thomas H., 1548 S.W. 8th St., Miami 1-20-51 

Hart, Una Mae, Box 342, Bartow 6-20-51 

Hart, Velda E., Box 531, Ormond Beach 4-2-52 

Hartle, M. Eileen, Box 282, Tavares 10-4-52 

Hartley, Irene, 7246 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-18-52 

Hartley, Patricia, 273 S. Drive, Miami Springs 6-27-52 

Hartman, A. E., 806 W. Romana St., Pensacola... 9-2. .8-52 

Hartman, Marie C, 243 N.E. 110th St., Miami 7-2-51 

Hartnett, Mary G., 113 W. Minnehaha, Tampa 6-5-52 



454 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hartog, Albert G., 46 N.W. 1st St., Miami 12-12-51 

Hartsaw, LcTen E., 305 E. Conant St., Bartow 5-21-52 

Hartsfield, J. R., Callahan 10-10-52 

Hartsfield, Orpha C, Box 863, Tallahassee 9-29-52 

Hartsfield, Texie, 4418 N. Armenia, Tampa 7-2-52 

Hartwig, W. C, Mountain Lake Corp., Lake Wales 1-21-52 

Hartzell, Anne B., 3624 N.E. Miami Place. Miami 3-6-52 

Haskins, M. King, P.O. Box 5245, Jacksonville 2-20-52 

Hasley, Emma H., 1412 E. Comanche Ave., Tampa 6-24-52 

Harvel, Wilmina, 216 Dixie Blvd., Delray Beach 1-22-52 

Harvey, Elizabeth C. 420 N.W. 75th St.. Miami 10-31-52 

Harvey, Harriet E., Box 1129, West Palm Beach 4-17-52 

Harvey, H. L., P.O. Box 3673, Orlando 3-13-51 

Harvey, James W., P.O. Box 138, Gainesville 5-9-51 

Harvey, Joe W., 210 S. Hale St., Tampa 11-15-51 

Harvey, June S., 78 N.W. 84th St., Miami 10-23-52 

Harvey, Mattie B., 750 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 9-5-52 

Harvey, W. L., Jr., Box 1437, Sanford 1-21-52 

Harvison, Suzanne, 226-28 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-9-52 

Harwell, Albert, 401 W. Belmont St., Pensacola 4-3-52 

Harwell, D. J., 801 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-9-52 

Harwell. L. C. 1626 Glendale St., Jacksonville 1-15-51 

Harwick Wm. H., 2803 Fitzgerald St., Jacksonville 10-30-52 

Haschka, June O., 941 Lexington, Lakeland 4-30-51 

Haselmire, F. Dan, 727 Gotham Ct., West Palm Beach 9-11-52 

Haskell, Ralph W., Jr., P.O. Box 550, St. Petersburg 10-24-51 

Haskins, Imogene R., Box 761, Winter Haven 7-9-52 

Hasson, Grace P., 5433 Shore Blvd., Gulfport 10-22-51 

Hasti, Edward, 307 N. Lakeview Dr., Sebring 3-9-51 

Haswell, Louise B., 245 17th Ave. N., St Petersburg 10-9-52 

Hasz, C. J., 214 N. Dixie Hwy., Hollywood 3-5-51 

Hataway, O. D., Box 2, Indiantown 11-14-52 

Hatch, Lena L., Box 27. East Palatka 8-7-52 

Hatcher, Ben B., 242 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 4-19-52 

Hatfield, Robert F., 1825 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 7-20-51 

Hathaway, Anne L., 514 Fern St., West Palm Beach 8-29-52 

Hathaway, Dale, 1001 S. Oregon, Tampa 7-6-51 

Hathaway, John M., Box 638, Punta Gorda 8-11-52 

Hathcock, R. Jean, 7 Celia Lane, Orlando 9-2-52 

Hatton, Earl M., P.O. Box 866, Bartow 5-28-51 

Hatton, Faye, P.O. Box 552, Ft. Lauderdale 10-14-51 

Hatton, Myra L., 319 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 12-20-51 

Hatton, Ruth Schiela, 3250 S.W. 20th St., Miami 4-11-52 

Hatton, W. F., Box 880, Panama City 7-24-52 

Hatzopoulos, George, 3220 W. Lloyd St., Pensacola 11-2-51 

Haug, June G., Central Title & Trust Co., Orlando 3-18-52 

Haugen, Florence V., P.O. Box 327, Boynton Beach 11-20-51 

Haugh, Agnes G., 508 29th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-8-52 

Haugh, Ann E., Box 1365. Clearwater 10-19-52 

Hauser, Mary Ruth, 157 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 11-29-52 

Haven, I. (Mrs.). 814 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville.. 4-18-52 

Havens, Ann E., 7844 N.W. 12th Place, Miami 4-15-52 

Havens, I. M. (Mrs.), Homosassa 11-12-52 

Haves, Stanley, 218 N.E. 4th St., Miami 6-9-52 

Havron, Helen D., Navy Point Stores, Inc., Warrington 10-1-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 455 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hawkes, Grace L., 1902 Blanding Rd., Jacksonville 6-23-52 

Hawkins, Alfred E., P.O. Box 2253, Daytona Beach 11-26-51 

Hawkins, Celeste Greene, 521 Silver St., Lakeland 7-2-51 

Hawkins, Dan R., 820 7th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 11-24-52 

Hawkins, Hazel M., 110 S. Palmetto Ave., Daytona Beach ...12-21-52 

Hawks, Durwood, 5008 Elbercn St., Tampa 5-11-52 

Hay, Alexander, 3008 Leroy St., Tampa 8-4-52 

Hay, Alfred E., 329 N.W. 17 Ave., Miami 12-17-51 

Hayden, Ruth M., P.O. Box 7091, Coral Gables 9-13-51 

Hayes, Arthur L., 746 W. Garden St., Pensacola 10-19-51 

Hayes, Bertha Mae, 803 W. 3rd St., Jacksonville 2-19-51 

Hayes, Bessie Mae, P.O. Box 275, Okeechobee 6-4-51 

Hayes, Dorothy F., 708 Chase Ave., West Palm Beach 4-11-51 

Hayes, E. W., P.O. Box 335, Starke 2-8-52 

Hayes, G. D., Box L, Stuart 2-23-51 

Hayes, G. H., 519 E. Duval St., Jacksonville 9-21-51 

Hayes. Gordon, P.O. Box 703, Ft. Pierce 5-7-51 

Hayes, Helen, Florida Natl. Bank, St. Petersburg 6-20-51 

Hayes, J. E., Box 1018, Panama City 10-13-52 

Hayes, J. S., 118 W. Cervantes St., Pensacola 10-2-52 

Hayes, K., 1141 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville. 4-7-52 

Hayes, Marge, 3107 Buckingham, Lakeland 11-10-52 

Hayes, R. M., 419 S. Matanzas Ave., Tampa 4-18-51 

Hayes, Rosemary, 1317 59th St. N., St. Petersburg 11-14-51 

Hayes, Walter J., 708 Chase St., West Palm Beach 6-6-51 

Hayes, W. Hamilton, 6300 S.W. 96th St., Miami 12-11-52 

Hayles, Margaret P., Box 128, Pensacola 7-3-52 

Haymaker, Robert L., 904 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood 2-11-52 

Hayman, Betty J., P.O. Box 2218, Lakeland 1-28-52 

Hayman, Helen R., Box 1809, Tampa 8-1-52 

Hayman, Louis, 516 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 2-13-52 

Hayman, Mildred C, 411 Eunice St., Tampa 8-5-52 

Hayman, Warren J., 1779 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-7-51 

Haynes, Geraldine M., 3760 N.W. 21st Ct., Miami 12-11-52 

Haynes, H. L., 12 E. Mowry St., Homestead 10-25-51 

Haynes, R. T., 4101 LeJeune Rd., Miami 2-28-52 

Haynes, Sam C, 1007 S. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater 3-21-51 

Haynes, W. L., Swift & Co., Bartow 2-7-52 

Haynie, William G., 15 S. Main St., Orlando 7-8-51 

Hays, Abbie H., Rainbow Ct., Largo 3-21-52 

Hays, C. S., Box 227, Arcadia 6-7-51 

Hays, Harold, 783 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 5-28-51 

Hays, Jack, 709 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 4-18-52 

Hays, Rachel T., P.O. Drawer 990, Daytona Beach 12-20-51 

Haythorne, Keith, 101 N. Main St., Gainesville 7-14-52 

Haywood, Henry A., 1160 N.W. 5th St., Miami 5-2-52 

Haywood, Janet D., 913 Ingraham Bldg., Miami .3-22-52 

Hazard, J. A., 5400 N.E. Federal Hwy., Miami 10-15-51 

Hazel, Landon C, Duval Hotel, Tallahassee 5-24-51 

Hazel, Vaughn O, P.O. Box 1304, Tampa 4-7-51 

Hazelgrove, J. O., Jr., 1213 W. Harvard Ave., Orlando 8-15-52 

Hazleton, J. Wiliam, P.O. Box 4363, Jacksonville 4-6-52 

Hazlett, Eunice Sills, 801 N.E. 88th St., Miami..... 2-6-51 

Hazlett, W. Ira., 801 N.E. 88th St., Miami 4-23-51 

Hazrick, Emma C, 7810 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 3-15-52 



456 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Heacock, Ford W., Box 129, Sebring 7-28-52 

Heacock, Thera, S. Commerce St., Sebring 6-23-52 

Head, Albert B., 6940 S.W. 62nd Ct., Miami 10-30-52 

Head, Leo, P.O. Box 164, Cottondale 11-4-51 

Head, Margeret, 411 Sunset Dr., South Miami 8-30-51 

Head, W. J., Box 382. Avon Park 2-3-51 

Headley, I. H, P.O. Box 152, Merritt Island .11-8-51 

Heagy, L. B. (Mrs.), P.O. Box 990, Jacksonville 5-24-52 

Heagy, Vera R., 101 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-20-52 

Healy, John G.. 3224 Yale St. N., St. Petersburg 8-4-52 

Heard, Frances, 905 Clearview Ave., Lakeland 1-22-51 

Heard, J. G., 3048 Washington St., Miami 3-20-51 

Hearn, Hazel, 1934 N.W. 42nd St., Miami 8-30-52 

Hearn, Sam B., P.O. Box 81, Panama City 6-27-51 

Hearne, Wiliam H., 3650 S.W. 10th St., Apt. 4, Miami 5-11-51 

Heasley, Robert P., P.O. Box 3511, Orlando 1-31-52 

Heath, Ben R., 3326 Westview Ave., West Palm Beach 10-27-52 

Heath, Bessie, 1606 E. Strong St., Pensacola 1-24-52 

Heath, Dorothy A.. Ft. Myers Beach 2-11-52 

Heath, James B., American Legion, 66th & Bay, Miami 2-22-52 

Heath, J. P., 418 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 11-6-51 

Heath, Myrtice, 3602 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 2-29-52 

Heatherington, A. E., Rt. 3, Box 519, Orlando 2-9-51 

Hebb, Claude, P.O. Box 706, Manatee 12-5-51 

Hebert, Mary A., Wilson Sammon Co.. Tampa 8-6-52 

Hechler, H. J., 2501 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-2-52 

Hecht, Kathryn M., 202 W. 46th St., Hialeah 5-11-51 

Hecker, Madonna D., 209 1st Federal Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.... 1-17-52 

Heckes, F. Richard, P.O. Box 24, Lakeland 4-25-51 

Hector, Louis, Box 1311. Miami 9-29-52 

Hedrick, Elizabeth, 601-7 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-23-51 

Hedrick. L. H, 1032 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables 3-31-51 

Heekin, Chas. P., P.O. Box 3125, Jacksonville 4-10-51 

Heep, John, Box 532, Key West 8-11-52 

Heep, Wilbert G„ City of Winter Park, Winter Park 1-25-51 

Heider, Aline, 244 To-To-Lo-Chee Dr., Hialeah 2-14-52 

Heim, Leo, 701 S.W. 51st Ave., Miami 9-5-52 

Heine, G. R„ P.O. Box 3297, Tampa 11-25-51 

Hemes, Ben C, 4024 Santiago St., Tampa 3-29-52 

Heinmiller, S. J., City Hall, Tampa 9-13-52 

Heinrichs, E. R.. 2212 Florida Ave., Tampa 7-12-51 

Heiss, Anna I., Box 507, Winter Park 10-16-52 

Heistand, Kathryn, 1826 13th St. W., Bradenton 8-28-51 

Heitman, Delia H, 257 S.W. 20th Rd., Miami 8-18-52 

Heitmeyer, Amanda, Box 1288, Ft. Myers 9-2-52 

Helander, Carl, 411 N. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach 6-18-52 

Held. Helen I., 1500 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach 6-11-51 

Held, Lawrence, MoBo Produce Co., Pompano 1-14-52 

Heller. Wilbur M., 4741 N.W. 10th Ave., Miami 12-6-51 

Hellier, Doris L., 146 Bay St., St. Augustine 10-23-52 

Hellman, Lucille, 2115 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 12-29-52 

Helm. Dorothy B., 115 N.W. Flagler Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 12-27-51 

Helm, H. Lee, 121 18th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-28-52 

Helm, James J.. Hotel Duval, Tallahassee 5-23-51 

Helmich, Robert S„ Box 544, Riviera Beach 11-28-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 457 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Helms, Ina Bell Box 252, Clearwater 3-5-52 

Helms, J. T., Jr., 503 E. Southview, Dade City 5-24-52 

Helms, Mercer D., Sr., Bex 780, Leesburg 7-15-52 

Helms, Minna L., 103 x / 2 W. Main St., Leesburg 1-28-52 

Helms, Vonnie, 304 E. Elm Ave., Crestview 9-10-52 

Helmsing, Ray, Box 9346, Tampa 6-14-52 

Helton, Elaine L., 2850 Ernest St., Jacksonville 3-10-52 

Helvey, Jean G., 3282 Riviera Dr., Coral Gables 2-7-52 

Hemphill, Edward S., 403 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville.... 9-20-51 

Henderson, Albert P., Box 7, Ormond 9-27-52 

Henderson, Bernice S., Box 884, Okeechobee 9-20-52 

Henderson, F. E., State Beverage Dept., Tallahassee 10-9-51 

Henderson, Frank R. ,Sr., 231 Wilson Ave., Panama City. ...9-17-51 

Henderson, Glaadice S., Box 307, Graceville 7-31-52 

Henderson, Herbert, II, 1315 Fig St., Tampa 5-29-52 

Henderson, James C, 29 Santillane Ave., Coral Gables 8-16-51 

Henderson, J. L., 419 Talaflo St., Tallahassee 9-10-52 

Henderson, John Alexander, 308 Nottingham Blvd., 

West Palm Beach 12-17-51 

Henderson, Maybelle, 355 Marlborough Rd., 

West Palm Beach 10-26-51 

Henderson, Minnie, Box 2408, Jacksonville 10-14-52 

Henderson, O. L., Jr., Box 1200, Tampa 7-14-52 

Henderson, Thomas L., 49 Orange Ave., Orlando 4-25-51 

Henderson, Ward H., Ill E. Main St., Leesburg 4-7-52 

Hendricks, Katherine S., 224 W. Rich Ave., DeLand 10-10-51 

Hendrickson, Edward G., Jr., Box 1, Punta Gorda 5-16-51 

Hendrieth, William F., 2403 N. 7th Ave., Pensacola.. 10-11-51 

Hendrix, E. K., 206 S. Franklin, Tampa 2-22-51 

Hendrix, Elizabeth, 213 Blount Lane, Warrington 6-17-52 

Hendrix, Frank H., P.O. Box 622, Ft. Walton 8-6-51 

Hendrix, Helen R., 327 Lemon St., Palatka 6-23-52 

Hendry, A. A., Jr., 611 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-5-51 

Hendry, Mary W., Box 2526, Palm Beach 11-17-51 

Hendry, O. O., 6614 MacDill Ave., Tampa 3-19-52 

Henley, Josephine E., 8620 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 9-15-52 

Henley, R. W., 2023 E. Yonge, Pensacola 2-4-52 

Henninger, Dorothea, Box 98, DeBary 2-8-52 

Henriques, Rubye R., Box 1355, Ft. Lauderdale 9-24-51 

Henriquez, Antoinette D., 114 S. Lincoln Ave., Tampa 11-15-51 

Henry, Anita, 125 E. Park St., Lakeland 2-15-52 

Henry, Arnot, 1201 Park Circle, Tampa 1-18-52 

Henry, C. H., Box 247, Quincy 11-24-51 

Henry, Dennis C, The Henry Company, Ft. Myers 4-28-52 

Henry, Helon R., 640 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 2-18-52 

Henry, Lillian, 901 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-15-51 

Henry, Virginia P., 222 Beacom Blvd., Miami 1-1-52 

Henry, Willa Mae, 522 N.W., 106 St., W. Miami Shores, 

Miami 9-12-51 

Hensarling, J. L., Mouldon Motor Co., Pensacola 11-14-52 

Hensel, C. E., 8600 E. Dixie Highway, Miami 9-14-51 

Hensel, Charles P., 8101 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 12-12-51 

Henshaw, Ethel, 816 Dade County Court House, Miami 10-21-51 

Henshaw, Grace, Bin "O" Miami Beach 11-29-51 

Hensley, Sophia P., P.O. Box 142, DeLand 1-9-52 



458 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hensley, Verna M., 1505 DeSoto Ave., Tampa 9-29-52 

Henson, M. Glenn, 1802 Jetton Ave., Tampa 9-5-51 

Henton, S. M., Box 109, Tallahassee 4-7-52 

Herbert, Paul L., 580 N.W. 113th St., Miami 8-19-52 

Herbert, W. M., Box 877, Leesburg 5-4-51 

Herin, Ethel, 226 Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne 11-12-52 

Herman, M. M., 1918 N. "B" St., Tampa 11-24-52 

Hernandez, Alberto, P.O. Box 1102, Tampa 6-20-51 

Hernandez, Conrad, 2300 Oregon Ave., Tampa 5-26-51 

Hernandez, Evelio J., 522 Petronia St., Key West 10-8-51 

Hernandez, Florence, P.O. Box 1199, Jacksonville 10-28-51 

Hernandez, O. Mario, P.O. Box 143, Coral Gables 7-24-51 

Herndon, Harry E., 2116 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 1-28-52 

Herndon, S. D., Jr., 3908 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-26-52 

Hero, Inez W., 3205 Mobile Highway, Pensacola 5-28-52 

Herr, Frederic M., P.O. Box 1621, Daytona Beach 1-28-52 

Herring, A. G., P.O. Box 416, Madison 3-3-51 

Herring, Bertie M., P.O. Box 1391, West Palm Beach 2-14-52 

Herring, Fred A., P.O. Box 654, Tallahassee 4-6-51 

Herring, Mary S., 19 Henley Ct., Melbourne 2-19-51 

Herring, William C, 1615 E. Jackson St., Pensacola 5-20-52 

Herrington, Josephine L., 1107 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-13-52 

Herrington, Juanita, 510 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-15-51 

Herriott, Ethel R., 218 W. Church St., Jacksonville 5-1-51 

Herrman, J. G., 1451 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-8-52 

Herrmann, R. G., P.O. Box 1051, Ocala 5-14-51 

Hersey, Carolyn W., Rt. 2, Box P-l, West Palm Beach 4-15-52 

Hertz, Emil C, Rt. 1, Box 2642, Pompano Beach 10-25-52 

Heslop, C. H. (Mrs.), 3258 College St., Jacksonville 11-30-52 

Hess, Chas. H. Box 815, Bradenton Beach 11-7-52 

Hess, James M., 1400 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 11-19-52 

Hester, Ouida L., 706 S. Duval St., Tallahassee 7-16-52 

Hetfield, Ouida, 340 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 5-9-51 

Hetherington, Alma, Box 25, St. Cloud 8-11-52 

Hetherington, Marguerite R., Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 4-2-51 

Hetzer, Charles K., 1019 2nd St., S.E., Winter Haven 1-23-52 

Heusted, Estelena, 648 Seminole Ave.. Ft. Myers 6-25-51 

Heustis, Rosemary B., Rm. 204, 404 Franklin St., Tampa 9-2-52 

Hevey, Hubert H., Jr., 550 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach.. ..10-20-52 

Hevia, Henry A., 1223 13th Ave., Tampa 10-27-52 

Hewell, Anne Smith, 45 W. Church St., Jacksonville 2-3-52 

Hewes, James C, R.F.D. 2, Box 197-B, Miami 10-31-51 

Hewett, Ernest J., Box 5336, Daytona Beach 3-12-51 

Hewey, Vaughn M., Box 385, Avon Park 2-2-51 

Hewitt, Eva, 3403 Hawthorne Rd., Tampa 2-2-51 

Hewlett, Mondaine Fee, City Hall, St. Petersburg 7-3-52 

Heyck, Frances H., 3220 San Jose, Tampa 7-2-51 

Heykens, Henry L., 6721 11th St., Tampa 3-12-52 

Heyl, Richard L., 602 20th St., Orlando 6-24-52 

Heyman, Morton, 1034 N.W. 23rd St., Miami 1-14-52 

Heymann, Frances, Bath and Tennis Club, Palm Beach 1-21-52 

Hiaasen, K. Odel, Broward Natl. Bank Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale....3-17-52 

Hiatt, Richard P., 2505 Derbyshire Ave., Lakeland 4-23-52 

Hibbert, Bessie C, 4920 20th Ave., St. Petersburg 5-30-51 

Hibbitts, Patricia, 210 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce 2-26-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 459 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hibbs, Edward E., 505 N.W. 128th St., Miami 2-21-52 

Hibbs, Hazel L., Rm. 1224, Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-3-52 

Hickey, J. Francis, Box 6251, Coral Gables 3-19-51 

Hickey, John B., P.O. Box 2700, Tampa 5-9-52 

Hicklin, Alma R., 403 San Jose Dr., Dunedin 4-15-51 

Hickman, William P., Box 651, Davenport 9-12-52 

Hicks, C. Floyd, 1201 9th St. S., St. Petersburg 10-11-52 

Hicks, Charles H., Jr., 606 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-28-52 

Hicks, Frank M., Jr., P.O. Box 1591, Pensacola .4-20-51 

Hicks, Helen L., 712 S. Summerlin St., Orlando 10-30-51 

Hicks, K. Quentin, Rt. 1, Box 659, Lakeland 11-1-51 

Hicks, Mary Jane, 900 Golfview Ave., Orlando 3-30-51 

Hicks, Ward B., 337 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-6-51 

Hidalgo, Sally, 1398 Stimson St., Jacksonville 3-3-52 

Hiday, Henry R., P.O. Box 544, Jacksonville 7-16-51 

Hider, Veryll A., 630 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 11-3-52 

Hidle, Fay P., P.O. Box 71, Pensacola 9-29-52 

Hieber, Frederick, 4045 N.W. 22nd Ct., Miami 9-17-51 

Hiers, Clyde E., Jr., 4112 15th St., Tampa.. 1-5-51 

Higdon, Myra, 1003 W. Main St., Leesburg 4-11-51 

Higginbotham, Carl W.. Box 3469, Orlando 11-26-52 

Higginbotham, Jane W., 601 E. Las Olas Blvd., 

Ft. Lauderdale 7-24-52 

Higginbotham, Sarah L., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 4-14-52 

Higginbotham, Tom J., 3875 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-16-51 

Higgins, Brian F., 2416 N. Dixie, West Palm Beach 9-15-52 

Higgins, Bruce W., 634 Eldron Dr., Miami Springs 6-6-52 

Higgins, Charles F., 506 10th St., W. Bradenton 8-25-52 

Higgins, Edward F., P.O. Box 1054, Winter Park 1-31-52 

Higgins, F. A. (Mrs.), Roper Bldg., Miami 8-4-51 

Higgins, Joseph W., P.O. Box 1129, Winter Haven 3-21-51 

Higgins, Lois, 321 S.W. 22nd St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-20-51 

Higgins, Patricia, 1341 N.E. 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-21-52 

Higgs, Clarence S., 517 Grinnell St., Key West 7-22-51 

High, James W., 45 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 3-24-51 

High, Robert King, 738 DuPont Bldg., Miami 9-10-51 

Highsmith, Eva D., Box 374, Green Cove Springs 10-18-52 

Hightower, Kathron, Fla. RR. & Public Utilities Commission, 

Tallahassee 7-20-52 

Hightower, M. L., 1808 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 3-15-51 

Hildebrand, Lorna E., c/o County Judge, Bradenton 1-2-51 

Hildt, Olivia K., 333 N.E. 13th St., Miami 5-29-52 

Hilker, W. G., 21st Ave. W., Bradenton 3-10-52 

Hill, Albert L., Box 172, DeFuniak Springs 10-3-52 

Hill, B. W., Box 649, Ft. Walton 12-6-51 

Hill, C. S., Box 390, Arcadia 7-9-51 

Hill, Dolly B., Box 158, Osprey 8-19-52 

Hill, Dorothy Irene, 805 N.E. 12th Ave., Gainesville 11-12-52 

Hill, Ellis R., 1519 Fern Place, Lakeland 12-11-51 

Hill, Emma P., Lawtey 7-31-51 

Hill, Estelle C, P.O. Box 593, Gainesville 1-18-51 

Hill, Jack D., Box 827, Riviera Beach 2-27-52 

Hill, Joaquin M., 790 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 2-24-51 

Hill, J. S., Jr., 1009 N. "S" St., Pensacola 8-13-52 

Hill, L. G, P.O. Box 146, Wesconnett 2-22-51 



460 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hill, Leo. Box 5284, Tampa 4-5-51 

Hill, Mercedes J., 106 W. Cervantes St., Pensacola 4-9-51 

Hill, Otis H., 68 N.W. 36th St., Miami 11-19-52 

Hill, R. B., Jr., 2060 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-21-51 

Hill, Sylvia M., P.O. Box 4126. LaBelle 7-21-51 

Hill, Thelma, 3918 Horatio St., Tampa 10-26-52 

Hill, Vera R., Box 781, Ft. Lauderdale 10-10-51 

Hill, W. E., Kingston Motors, Ft. Myers 2-19-51 

Hill, Winifred S., P.O. Box 669, St. Augustine 8-10-51 

Hilley, James A., Jr., Box 151. International Airport, Miami. ...3-25-52 

Hilley, Margaret, P.O. Box 1047, Jacksonville Beach 4-30-51 

Hilliard, Chester, P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 7-19-51 

Hilliard, Dozier B., P.O. Box 987, Bradenton 4-21-51 

Hilliard, H. D. (Mrs.). 341 DeLeon Dr., Miami Springs 1-7-52 

Hillman, Evelyn J., 525 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 4-25-52 

Hillman, W. H., 9909 Collins Ave.. Bal Harbour, 

Miami Beach 4-9-51 

Hills, Lois K., 826 Talleyrand. Jacksonville 3-23-51 

Hilson, Helen R., Box 452, Coral Gables 3-18-52 

Hilton, L. F., Box 403, Lakeland 5-11-52 

Hilton, R. C, 3824 Corona St., Tampa 3-21-51 

Hilton. William E., 359 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville 2-5-52 

Hilty. Lillyan N., Box 19. Sta, G., Jacksonville 1-27-52 

Himber, Faye, P.O. Box 1391. West Palm Beach ...2-14-52 

Hime, Chas., 205 Calumet Bldg., Miami 5-30-51 

Himebrook, Dorothy C, 389 E. Okeechobee Rd.. Hialeah 12-29-52 

Himes, Jane, 2518 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-18-52 

Hinds. C. S., c/o Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 11-29-52 

Hinds. Kenneth G., c/o Oesterle & Reynolds, Coral Gables 2-5-51 

Hines, Leo James, 234 S. Clara Ave., DeLand 11-12-52 

Hines, Lois E., Motor Vehicle Commission. Tallahassee 9-6-51 

Hines, Minnie. 105 6th St. E., Bradenton 2-7-52 

Hines. Ralph, Branford 7-2-52 

Hines, R. D., Jr., c/o Universal C.I.T. Credit Corp 7-18-52 

Hingley, Sallie H., 9416 N. Blvd., Tampa 1-22-52 

Hinkle. A. D.. 40 S. Hogan St., Jacksonville 6-11-51 

Hinkley, H. V., P.O. Box 1048, DeLand 11-8-51 

Hinkley, Naomi, 117 W. Park Ave., Tallahassee 3-29-52 

Hinners. Nell C, 405 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 2-21-52 

Hinsey, W. C. 1531 Ridgewood. Clearwater 3-16-51 

Hinshaw, Marvin V., Jr., 2930 Banyan St., Ft. Lauderdale 9-8-52 

Hinson, Anne, c/o Rivers Body Factory, Jacksonville 2-9-51 

Hinson, B. M., 1040 Laura St., Jacksonville 2 5-20-52 

Hinson, Grace D., Graceville 10-10-52 

Hinson, Otis, Chipley 8-15-51 

Hinton, Carolyn C. 135 S.W. 15th Ave., Miami 2-4-52 

Hinton. Maria E., 418 Catherine St., Key West 8-11-52 

Hipp. Rufus B., 222 y 2 Seabreeze Blvd.. Daytona Beach 9-7-51 

Hippler, C. Harold. Ferran Bldg., Eustis 3-17-52 

Hirsch. A., 206 N. Miami Ave., Miami 7-29-52 

Hirsch, Etta G.. 1108 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-7-51 

Hirsch. Samuel, 7710 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 11-16-51 

Hirsch, Shirley W., 430 S. Hughey St., Orlando 7-23-51 

Hirschman, G. L.. 7637 Laura St., Jacksonville 3-20-52 

Hirschman, Joseph, 407 V 2 Main St.. Daytona Beach 6-30-51 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 461 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hirst, Hazel D., 3060 Orange St., Cocoanut Grove, Miami 38. 10-10-52 

Hirtenstein, Arthur, 46 N.W. 1st St., Miami 3-3-51 

Hissong, Loren B., 105 W. Alva St., Tampa 2 4-23-52 

Hitchcock, Hiram D., c/o Roland Miller Chevrolet Co., 

Vero Beach 7-7-52 

Hitchings, Olive, 1322 4th Ave. W., Bradenton 7-31-52 

Hite, Noah M., 10067 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-6-52 

Hixson. Zelma, 3133 Coral Way, Miami 8-22-52 

Hjort, Harold R., 1601 E. Sitka St., Tampa 4-22-52 

Hoadley, Raymond B., 5800 Palm Ave., Hialeah 3-31-51 

Hoag, L. L., 11 Elbow Lane, Southward Ho., St. Petersburg.. ..11-14-51 

Hobbs, Forrest O., 305 Morgan St., Tampa 8-18-52 

Hobbs, W. F., 305 Morgan St., Tampa 3-22-51 

Hobbs, W. G., Hotel George Washington, West Palm Beach.. 10-20-52 

Hochman, Nat H.. 1519 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 11-17-52 

Heck. Lois H., 1303 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 9-10-51 

Hockaday, John K., Box 1499, Jacksonville 1 7-10-51 

Hodes, Herbert C, 1700 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 3-27-52 

Hodge, B. H., Box 4083, Sta. 5, Orlando 4-22-51 

Hodge, John D., Box 1, Palatka 11-5-52 

Hodge, Margaret C, 112 Avocado Ave.. Sanford 10-1-51 

Hodge, Nedra A., 62 West Flagler St., Miami 2-5-51 

Hodge, Zoel, P.O. Box 533. Live Oak .1-5-51 

Hodges, A. H., P.O. Bex 3036, Daytona Beach ...2-11-51 

Hodges, E. M., 318 Merrymount Dr., Orlando 3-1-51 

Hodges, Maude J., Swartz Apts., W. Orange Ave., Lake Wales. .7-16-51 

Hodges, Maxine E., 482 Riverside Dr., Jacksonville 4-21-52 

Hodgin, Robert M., Jr., 809 S.W. 17th St.. Ft. Lauderdale 2-20-51 

Hodgkins, Dorothy K., 4225 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 7-14-52 

Hodgkinson, Florence, 133 3rd St. N., St. Petersburg 5-17-51 

Hodler, Charles N.. Box 152, Seffner ...10-19-51 

Hodson, Dorothy, 300 3rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-5-51 

Hoegner, Fred G., 301 Greenleaf Annex, Jacksonville 2 8-28-51 

Hoehn, Fred, 441 E. 28th St., Hialeah 5-7-52 

Hoey, William H., 9455 Harding Ave., Surfside, Miami Beach..3-31-52 

Hoff, Doris E., 2852 Cherokee Circle, Jacksonville 11-13-52 

Hoff, Herman M., Jackson Memorial Hospital 6-26-51 

Hoffenberg, Bennie M., 307 Clark Bldg.,. 5-28-51 

Hoffman, Bertha T., 1204 7th St. N., Jacksonville Beach 8-19-52 

Hoffman, Connie K., Box 35, Bradenton Beach 4-10-52 

Hoffman, Forrest, 605 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-20-52 

Hoffman, H. D., 2113 N. Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach.. .6-26-52 

Hoffman, June, Box 1081, Haines City 10-14-52 

Hoffman, Lorraine C, 20 N. Choctawhatchee Rd., Ft. Walton.,5-24-52 

Hoffman, Nancy L., P.O. Box 487, North Miami ....7-16-51 

Hoffman, Naomi M., 719 V 2 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-25-52 

Hoffman, William F., 202 DeSoto Bldg., Pensacola 8-7-51 

Hoffman, E. R., 5200 S.W. 4th St., Miami 5-4-51 

Hoffman, Mervin M., P.O. Box 6, Miami Springs ...12-19-51 

Hofheinz, W. J., 808 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 2-5-51 

Hofman, Robert L., 716 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 10-9-52 

Hogan, Bernice W., Florida Power Bldg., St. Petersburg ...3-2-51 

Hogan. Bertie, Box 1318, Tampa 1 8-15-52 

Hogan, C. A., 317 W. 10th St., Jacksonville 10-8-51 

Hogan, T. S., 1st Natl. Bank of Tampa, Tampa 11-3-52 



462 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hogarth, John L., 1477 N.W. 54th St., Miami 3-19-51 

Hogle, Raymond T., 416 W. Penn. Ave., DeLand 6-22-51 

Hogue, Don P., P.O. Box 713, Orlando 6-23-52 

Hohenhausen, Maureen, 933 Corneallis Dr., Jacksonville 7-16-51 

Holch, Samuel V., 356 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 8-11-52 

Holcomb, Alyce, 311 Plaza, Atlantic Beach 5-5-51 

Holcomb, Edgar D., P.O. Box 2311, Orlando 7-10-51 

Holcomb, H. S., 504 Bahama St., Key West 4-2-51 

Holcomb, R. E., 1501 N. Mills St., Orlando 8-16-51 

Hold, Olga, Rt. 1, Box 836, Miami 1-9-52 

Holder, W. R., 303 S. Newport Ave., Tampa 2-13-51 

Holladay, M. C, Jr., 740 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 5-8-52 

Holland, Chas. A., 1711 N. "O" St., Pensacola 12-21-51 

Holland, Chas. J., 3900 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 7-19-51 

Holland, Donald R., c/o Seagull Hotel, Miami Beach 12-31-52 

Holland, Frances E., 2950 S.W. 1st St., Miami 35 11-13-52 

Holland, H. W., 802 Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg... .2-22-51 

Holland, Johnnie, 253 Hickory St., Crestview 9-22-52 

Holland, Mabel Corson, 1873 N.E. 154th St., Miami Beach.. .12-31-51 

Holland, S. L., Jr., Box 814, Bartow 5-29-52 

Holland, Wallace M., Box 2248, Tampa 2-15-52 

Holland, W. E., 8912 40th St., Tampa 6-7-52 

Holland, William M.. 914 W. Holden St.. Orlando 8-17-51 

Hollander, Jack C. 3311 S.W. 21st St., Miami 10-15-51 

Hollar, Gladys, Small Loan Co., 24 Wall St., Orlando 11-17-52 

Holley, Elma B.. 116 N. 19th Ave., Jacksonville Beach 2-11-52 

Holiey, Gladys S., Box 126, Quincy 9-27-52 

Holley, Martha Jo, Box 431, Palatka 1-24-52 

Holleman, R. W., 1216 Ridgewood Ave., Orlando 6-24-51 

Hollenbeck, Helen P., Box 153, Islamcrada 7-16-51 

Holler, R., Box 1258, Sanford 7-19-51 

Hollett, Merrill, 1135 W. Central Ave., Orlando 5-5-52 

Holley, Lucylle B., 3048 N.W. 77th St., Miami 6-23-52 

Hollingsworth, F. C, Box 307, Starke 11-14-52 

Hollingsworth, J. B., P.O. Box 876, Tallahassee 2-8-52 

Hollingsworth, Myrtle M., 65 Masters Dr., St. Augustine 1-11-51 

Hoilingshead, Thomas J., Box 258, U.S. Rt. 1, Dinsmore 12-29-52 

Hollis, G. F., Box 1910, Sarasota 9-7-52 

Hollis, Kate, Box 352, Chipley 2-19-51 

Hollis, Parks, 4 E. 4th St., Panama City 10-29-52 

Hclloman, Vivian S., 1006 Ashley St., Tampa 2 8-25-52 

Holloway, C. L., 733 N.E. 74th St.. Miami 12-27-51 

Holloway, Emma Lee, 1419 Palm Dale St., Jacksonville 8 9-17-52 

Hollcway, Jacqueline, Box 611, Ocala 10-13-52 

Holloway, James R., Rt. 4, Box 115 G, Pensacola 7-28-52 

Holly, Edward A., 1518 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-25-52 

Holly, Esther, 220 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables 34 3-8-51 

Holly, Mary, 1519 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-25-52 

Holly, W. A., 601 Sanford Ave., Sanford 5-24-52 

Holmes, Betty Ann, 237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 11-21-51 

Holmes, Eclis, 1539 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 8-30-51 

Hclmes, C. W., P.O. Box 677, Winter Park 7-11-51 

Holmes, James E., P.O. Drawer R, Melbourne 12-8-52 

Holmes, J. D., Box 1498, Jacksonville 1 2-14-51 

Holmes, L. W., P.O. Box 61, Ft. Lauderdale 2-12-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 463 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Holmes, Mary Budd, 2603 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 2-21-51 

Holmes, Thos., c/o Wolfe, Wightman & Howe, Clearwater.. ..11-8-51 

Holmes, Trezevant, Jr., 626 Palmetto Ave., Melbourne 6-11-51 

Hodges, Howard H., Atlantic Natl. Bank, Jacksonville 3-21-51 

Hodges, Ida V., 514 37th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 3-18-52 

Holmquist, Rae M., 543 Belleview Blvd., Clearwater 10-11-51 

Holness, J. E., 1520 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 8-22-52 

Holshouser, Wm. A., 329 5th St. S., St. Petersburg 12-12-51 

Holstein, S. R., Jr., 6171 S.W. 11th St., Miami 8-18-52 

Holt, Doris E., Rt. 1, Box 460, Winter Haven 9-2-51 

Holt, Dorothy M., 1008 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., Tampa 2 11-6-52 

Holt, Frank J., 2534 N. Miami Ave., Miami 10-27-51 

Holt, Iolene H., 5909 1st St., Tampa 7-15-51 

Holt, J. B., Longbeach, Via, Sarasota 1-23-52 

Holt, L. M., P.O. Drawer 192, Pensacola 2-29-52 

Holt, Paul E., 1001 N. Mills St., Orlando 6-16-52 

Holt, Verna E., 3703 S. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 10-27-52 

Holt, W. I., Jr., 1028 S.W. 3rd St., Apt. 29, Miami 12-11-51 

Holton, Emily C, 661 Ave. J, N.W., Winter Haven 10-1-51 

Holton, H. L., Old 97 Co., Box 5207, Tampa 5 12-9-52 

Holton, James S., Box 869, St. Augustine 4-17-51 

Holton, Josephine R., Box 1142, Daytona Beach 9-24-52 

Holton, Julia, Route 6, Box 75, Jacksonville 7 1-23-51 

Holton, Vonnie, P.O. Box 2938, Tampa 4-19-51 

Holtsinger, C. E., Jr., Clearwater Lincoln-Mercury Co., 

Clearwater 5-12-52 

Holtze, Muiriel E., P.O. Box 209, St. Petersburg 7-16-51 

Holzer, Curt, Jr., 3221 N.W. 10th Ct., Miami 37 6-7-52 

Homan, Mary S., 3024 S.W. 17th St., Miami 2-14-51 

Homer, Lurline W., P.O. Box 5455, Jacksonville 7 3-27-52 

Homier, Warren M., 4622 S.W. 12th St., Coral Gables 34 12-17-51 

Honore, Louis A., 431 N.W. 3rd St., Miami 36 2-18-52 

Hood, Alice M., P.O. Box 2336, Hollywood 4-14-51 

Hood, Bruce A., Box 2336, Hollywood 11-18-52 

Hood, D. L., Ill E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 1-23-52 

Hood, Mae S., c/o Attwood Pharmacy, 1024 Park St., 

Jacksonville 3-27-52 

Hood, Mary G., 1621 Donald St., Jacksonville 9-2-52 

Hood, Walter H., 4005 San Luis St., Tampa 6-24-52 

Hooker, Thomas E., Rt. 4, Box 313, Ocala 10-10-52 

Hooks, Mary Helen, 621 Biscayne Dr., West Palm Beach 1-9-52 

Hooks, Vera I., Rt. 3, Box 93-B, Tallahassee 8-14-52 

Hooper, J. W., 625 Florida Ave., Cocoa 7-31-52 

Hope, B. H., c/o Fulton Loan Service, 1745 Main St., 

Jacksonville 11-6-51 

Hope, Charles L., c/o Allied Motor Co., 500 N. Dixie, 

West Palm Beach 9-4-52 

Hope, R. L., 644 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-4-51 

Hopkins, Blanche M., 209 Indian River Ave., Melbourne 2-11-51 

Hopkins, Frances D., 504 S. Myrtle Ave., Clearwater 11-23-51 

Hopkins, G. J., 415 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 5-11-51 

Hopkins, Jack Eugene, 437 Macy St., West Palm Beach 12-22-52 

Hopkins, J. B., 709 N. 15th Ave., Pensacola 3-13-52 

Hopkins, Jerry M., Box 1148, Plant City 8-21-52 

Hopkins, L. Bobbie C, P.O. Box 7259, Tampa 6-26-52 



464 OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hopkins, Leslie, c/o Flagler Ins. Agency, 8266 N.E. 2nd Ave., 

Miami 9-15-52 

Hopkins, M. L., c/o Southeastern Mortgage Co., 947 W. Flagler 

St., Miami 11-17-52 

Hopkins, P. I., Jr., 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-14-52 

Hopkins, Rebecca S., Box 751, Miami 48 12-27-51 

Hopkins, R. H., 300 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg 4-28-52 

Hopkins, Virginia Reid, c/o The Marine Laboratory 

University of Miami, Coral Gables 12-10-51 

Hopper, Edward, c/o Davis Cafeterias, 930 DuPont Bldg., 

IVIiami 9-27-52 

Hopper, Venita (Mrs.), 522 N.W. 39th St., Miami 7-5-51 

Hopwood, Mary, 131 N. Seagrave St., Daytona Beach 2-26-51 

Hord, Crystal L. (Mrs.), 717 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville 8-13-52 

Horenburg, Mallory L., 790 9th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-10-51 

Horkan, Thomas A., Jr., 804 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 6-14-51 

Horn, B. J., 100 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 12-31-52 

Horn, Colette, 924 N.E. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-20-52 

Horn, Edna N., 37 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 10-25-51 

Horn, Josephine G., P.O. Drawer R, Melbourne 11-24-52 

Horn, Mike, 2401 S. Dale Mabry, Tampa 6-25-51 

Hornbuckle, P. G., 1000 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-12-51 

Hornby, Stanley, 3350 N.W. 18th St., Miami 11-29-51 

Home, Cleo, Box 367, Wauchula 4-23-52 

Home, Edna E., 1345 E. Lee St., Pensacola 12-28-52 

Home, Eldis T., Rt. 3, Live Oak 7-14-52 

Home, Everette W., 106 W. Hanna Ave., Tampa .7-31-51 

Home, Flora B., 701 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 8-27-51 

Home, J. C, Jr., P.O. Box 1031, Pensacola .10-26-51 

Home, J. V., Jr., 211 W. Hanna Ave., Tampa 4 8-6-51 

Home. Louise, 1020 E. Cervantes St., Pensacola .3-3-52 

Home, Margaret W., 406 Midyette-Moor Bldg., Tallahassee.. .3-21-51 

Horner, Charles E., 3903 Loquat Ave., Miami 3-12-51 

Horner, Fern C, Box 1605, West Palm Beach 11-17-52 

Horner, Franklin M., 2036 S.W. 57th Ave., Miami 8-24-51 

Horner, Viola G.. 3903 Loquat Ave., Miami 11-12-52 

Hornik, Martin F., 1550 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 7-21-52 

Homing, Ethel E., Crescent City 10-15-51 

Horowitz, Alvin Edward, 160 S.W. 12th St., Apt. 16, Miami.. .7-18-51 

Horowitz, E., 975 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-10-52 

Horrell, Merton S., 215 American Bldg., Orlando 8-2-51 

Horsley, W. J., 340 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami 36 3-20-52 

Horton, Forney, S. Palmetto St.. Boynton Beach 11-17-52 

Horton, H. W., Jr., c/o Swift & Co., Bartow 6-9-51 

Horton, J. M., 611 Braddock Ave., Daytona Beach 5-27-51 

Horton, Marguerite P., 1412 N.E. 2nd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-25-52 

Horton, Mildred L., 412 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 10-6-52 

Hosier, Violet C, 2003 E. Hernandez St., Pensacola 1-6-52 

Hostetler, Lou A., Rt. 6, Box 118-E, Orlando 3-27-52 

Hottenroth, Viola, c/o The Inn, Ponte Vedra Beach 1-18-51 

Hotz, Henry J., Jr., Eox 2207, W. Bay St. Sta., Jacksonville. ...6-20-51 

Hough, M. L., P.O. Box 58, Ft. Lauderdale 2-2-51 

Hough, Marie B., 151 N. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach 7-28-51 

Houghton, J. Frank, Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg... 11 -4- 52 
Houghton, Shirley, Palmer Bank, Sarasota 7-5-51 



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465 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Houle, Irene S., c/o Evergreen Cemetery Assn., 4510 Ever- 
green Ave., Jacksonville 4-16-52 

Houlihan, W. J., Jr., 416 Tampa St., Tampa 9-7-51 

House, Natalie R., 300 County Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-26-51 

House, R. F., 802 Seventh St., Clermont 11-6-51 

Housefield, Dorothy, 1832 Fern Rd., Lakeland 2-16-51 

Houser, Anna C, P.O. Box 16, Winter Park 1-6-52 

Housh, Mae V., 2714 MacDill Ave., Tampa 3-20-52 

Housholder, E. F., P.O. Box 290, Sanford 6-14-51 

Housner, Jean, 373 Gregory Rd., West Palm Beach 9-25-52 

Houston, H. R., 444 N.W. 23rd Place, Miami 3-15-51 

Houston, Idelia M., 1013 W. Pensacola St., Tallahassee 10-3-52 

Houston, Raymond R., 211 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 11-6-51 

Houston, Richard A., 201 Twiggs St., Tampa 9-5-51 

Houston, Z. E., 729 W. Orange St., Lakeland 9-12-51 

Howard, A. C, 1411 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 8-20-51 

Howard, A. R., 216 Irving Ave., Sarasota 9-17-51 

Howard, Benjamin B., 220 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-30-51 

Howard, Clyde M., 1560 Silver St., Jacksonville 1-5-51 

Howard, E. B., c/o Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly.. .5-3-52 

Howard, Edwina S., 401 W. Beacon Rd., Lakeland 10-2-52 

Howard, Esther A., 7520 Dartmouth St., Tampa 4 11-6-51 

Howard, F. Paul, 7244 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-13-51 

Howard, Frank D., 1003 W. Main St., Leesburg 6-21-51 

Howard, Fred C, Box 362, Tarpon Springs 4-1-52 

Howard, Fred N., 521 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-24-51 

Howard, Harold, 4986 39th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-27-52 

Howard, Joe, c/o Andrews Ins., Agency, 811 S.W. 8th St., 

Miami 2-2-51 

Howard, Josephine E., 1420 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 6-4-51 

Howard, Laurie K. (Mrs.) Ellenton 8-5-52 

Howard, M. (Miss), 110 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 5-1-52 

Howard, Mabel T., 910 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 3-6-52 

Howard, Mary Helen, 1019 Colombo St., Jacksonville 4-13-51 

Howard, T. J., 3216 N.W. 54th St., Miami .3-5-52 

Howard, W. Thomas, c/o First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn., 

Ft. Myers 3-8-51 

Howarth, Sarah B., 216 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 4-8-51 

Howatt, Frank G., Box 467, St. Augustine 5-12-51 

Howcroft, Pauline, 201 N.W. South River Dr., Miami 2-28-52 

Howe, C. F., 2400 8th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-7-52 

Howe, Ennis F., 323 Main St., Jacksonville 1-17-52 

Howe, Floy L., 1806 E. Jackson St., Pensacola 8-14-52 

Howe, Helen R., 502 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 32..... 4-28-52 

Howe, J. R., P.O. Box 1827, Pensacola 7-21-52 

Howe, Lyman H, 550 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach 10-29-51 

Howe, Natalie R., 1002 Indian River Ave., Titusville 8-14-52 

Howe, Wm. D., Box 883, Pensacola 8-2-52 

Howell, Buford. 500 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-51 

Howell, Cecil H., 1021 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-17-51 

Howell, Gladys H, Rt. 5, Box 368, Tampa 9-30-52 

Howell, Hannah S., 218 W. University Ave., Gainesville 7-16-52 

Howell, James O, 3124 Hickorynut St., Jacksonville 4-29-52 

Howell, Joe M., 520 W. Garden St., Pensacola 3-18-52 

Howell, John F., Jr., Box 173, Graceville 9-26-51 



466 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Howell, J. Marvin, 1516 Elder St., Jacksonville 1-14-52 

Howell, Louise H., 8122 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 4 6-10-52 

Howell, O. D., Jr., 1113 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 2 8-5-52 

Howell, Richard S., c/o Colman & Colman, Biscayne Bldg., 

Miami 6-5-52 

Howes, Beebe L., 633 Franklin St., Clearwater 9-13-51 

Howie, Bernice, 7120 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-24-51 

Howie, Dorothy S., 1922 Gerda Terrace, Orlando 3-19-51 

Hoy, Jerry, 1211 N. Rio Vista Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 12-3-51 

Hoye, Herbert Vincent, Rt. 1, Box 168, Tampa 4 5-7-51 

Hoye, Romaine Elizabeth, c/o Ocala Lime Rock Corp., 

Ocala 6-19-51 

Hoyle, J. Phil, P.O. Box 2085, Delray Beach 3-31-52 

Hrezo, Stephen M., 215 7th St. S.W., Winter Haven 1-14-52 

Huban, Louise G., 10 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 3-11-52 

Hubbard, Cary C, Box 166, Panama City 9-14-52 

Hubbard, Eula D., 445 W. 3rd St., Miami 2-19-51 

Hubbard, Frank M., P.O. Box 713, Orlando 6-23-52 

Hubbard, Lillian A., Rm. 115, Arcade Bldg., Ft. Pierce 7-18-52 

Hubbard. M. R., 1700 Baker Ct., Panama City 4-7-52 

Hubbard, Roy G., 8808 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 7-24-52 

Hubbard, S. R., 201 DuBose Bldg., Vero Beach 11-28-52 

Huber, Florence M., First Natl. Bank, Orlando 2-15-52 

Hubert, Peter, Rt. 1, Box 406-B, Largo 11-16-52 

Hubert, Ruth C, Rt. 1, Box 406-B, Largo 11-16-52 

Hubert, T. H., 10850 N.E. 12th Ave., Miami 3-6-52 

Hudson, Betty C, P.O. Box 493, Cocoa 2-21-52 

Hudson, Beulah, P.O. Box 1025, Crystal River .8-9-51 

Hudson, D. B., Mercantile Natl. Bank, Miami Beach 1-24-52 

Hudson, Eleanor T., P.O. Box 1064, Pensacola 8-8-51 

Hudson. Robert W., 2628 Prospect Rd., Tampa .10-22-52 

Hudson, Seaman K.. P.O. Box 335, Fernandina 10-1-51 

Hudson, Jack, 816 Lake Adair Blvd., Orlando 5-7-51 

Hudson, Julia, P.O. Box 282, Ocala 9-4-51 

Huegele, Edward A., 332 S.W. 22nd St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-18-51 

Huey, Dorothea M., 412 E. Bahia Vista, Sarasota 9-24-52 

Huey, Harold L., 2290 S.W. 13th St., Miami 11-1-52 

Huff, Peggy T., 319 10th Ave. N.. St. Petersburg 6-12-52 

Huff, Sarah M., 702 Biscayne Bldg.. Miami 1-8-51 

Huff, Thos. O., 15052 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach, 

St. Petersburg 10-17-51 

Huffaker, R. B., P.O. Drawer 149, Bartow 9-21-51 

Hufner, Doris I.. 4345 S.W. 13th St., Miami 4-4-52 

Huggins, I. B., 3203 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 3-13-52 

Hughes, Anne E., Ft. Lauderdale Natl. Bank, Ft. Lauderdale. ...6-28-51 

Hughes, C. R., 1520 River Oaks Rd.. Jacksonville 2-11-52 

Hughes, Dorothy I., Box 2906, Hollywood 7-7-52 

Hughes, Evelyn M.. P.O. Box 3104, Ft. Lauderdale 2-4-52 

Hughes, Fred W., 2370 S.W. 19th St., Miami 5-25-51 

Hughes, Gertrude P., 2757 S.W. 34th Ave., Miami 11-26-52 

Hughes, Irene V., 7612 N.W. 4th Ave., Miami 1-2-51 

Hughes, Janet G., Webster 9-2-52 

Hughes, Martha K., Box 271, Mount Dora 4-21-52 

Hughes, Molly E., 407 W. University Ave., Gainesville 12-11-51 

Hughes, R. O., 915 W. Peninsular Ave., Tampa 5-19-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 467 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Inglesby, Hilda Canova, 737 Highland St. N., St. Petersburg..5-22-51 

Ingleton, J. W., Florida Natl. Bank & Trust Co., Miami 9-13-52 

Ingram, D. B., 120 N. 18th St., Ft. Pierce 12-10-51 

Ingram, F. P., P.O. Box 1137, Tampa 8-5-51 

Ingram, J.M., City Hall, Jacksonville 5-24-51 

Ingram, John B., 2617 Lake Shore Blvd., Jacksonville 9-10-52 

Ingram, Olive L., Astatula 10-17-52 

Innes, R. F., 653 W. 33rd St., Hialeah 11-10-52 

Interlandi, Laura J., 11727 Ola Ave., Forest Hills, Tampa 9-8-52 

Ippolito, Emilio L., 1503 W. Cass St., Tampa 10-6-52 

Ippolito, Tony, 638 N.W. 36th St., Miami 11-24-52 

Irby, Mary Freeman, Moore Haven 11-24-53 

Ireland, F. F., 503 Almerica Ave., Coral Gables 11-4-52 

Irmscher, Ruth M., 181 Madeira Ave., Coral Gables 2-26-52 

Irons, Mark K., 702 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 11-9-52 

Irvin, W. C, Jr., 618 S.W. 8th St., Miami 5-20-52 

Irvine, Nesbitt E., P.O. Box 2827, St. Petersburg 1-19-52 

Irving, Margery B., Box 271, Maitland 11-14-52 

Irwin, Earline, 313 Moxeno Courts, Pensacola 9-6-51 

Irwin, Nevada D., 14165 Palm St., Madeira Beach, 

St. Petersburg 1-25-52 

Irwin, Rachel S., 1312 Pacific Bldg., Miami 5-7-52 

Irwin, Raymond R., P.O. Box 548, West Palm Beach 9-2-52 

Isanhour, Mary Lee, 801 E. La Rue St., Pensacola 2-25-51 

Isenberg, Michael M., 1407-8 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 1-27-51 

Isert, John H, Jr., Sanibel 5-9-52 

Ismay, Joseph F., 2267 N.W. 80th St., Miami 3-10-51 

Ison, Henry M., 14 W. Garden St., Pensacola 7-2-51 

Issler, L. R., 1153 N.W. 28th St., Miami 11-29-52 

Iverson, Willie Mae, Box 1691, West Palm Beach 10-27-52 

Ives, Hal S., P.O. Box 603, West Palm Beach 11-28-51 

Ivey, Clara Mae, 6705 Elizabeth St., Tampa 12-8-51 

Ivey, Margaret, Daniels Bros., Ft. Myers 2-11-52 

Jack, Mila, Biology Dept., University of Fla., Gainesville 7-9-52 

Jacke, Susanna S., Rt. 1, Box 100, Laurel Hill 9-24-51 

Jacks, J. E., 5 N.E. 79th St., Miami 5-16-51 

Jackson, Alna S., 518 W. Gregory, Pensacola 4-24-52 

Jackson, Azzie Mae, P.O. Bex 1627, Orlando 9-30-51 

Jackson, Betty M., Box 875, Pompano Beach 11-12-52 

Jackson, Clara K., 14 S.E. 1st St., Miami 32 4-1-52 

Jackson, Doris M., 1814 S.W. 21st St., Miami 11-23-51 

Jackson, Dorothy D., 956 Newton Ave., St. Petersburg 8-23-51 

Jackson, Ella V., 1337 Mount Herman St., Jacksonville 9-4-52 

Jackson. "FUlen N., c/o Watson & Brown, P.O. Box 1706 

Pensacola. 6-5-52 

Jackson, E. V., Box 643, Pompano Beach 4-21-52 

Jackson, Florence M., 60 N.W. 6th St., Miami 4-29-52 

Jackson, Helen J., 1220 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 8-11-52 

Jackson, H. P., Box 65, Jupiter „ 9-11-51 

Jackson, Harold A., 343 W. Palm Ave., Tampa 3 7-23-51 

Jackson, Henry N., 710 E. 8th St., Ocala 1-22-51 

Jackson, Inez, 3715 42nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-8-52 

Jackson, James, Box 2282, Tampa 12-29-52 

Jackson, J. T., Rt. 2, Box 239, Cottondale 4-26-51 

Jackson, Jennie P., P.O. Box 539, Leesburg 5-14-51 



468 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hurst, A. R., Box 957, Dania 11-8-52 

Hurst, Grace Cohn, Box 957, Dania 10-25-52 

Hurst, Harry K., P.O. Box 120, North Miami Beach 11-26-52 

Hurst, Henry R., 1418 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Hurst, Kathryn, 1429 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-6-52 

Hurst, Wilena E., 104 N.E. 6th St., Delray Beach 3-1-51 

Husek, George J., 948 Hollingsworth Rd., Lakeland 7-31-52 

Husted, Esther M., 2936 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 9-15-52 

Husted, Russell E.. 513 7th St. W., Bradenton 10-5-51 

Huston, Edwin, 2148 N.W. 84th St.. Miami ...2-27-52 

Huston, Lulu M., 2403 S. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach... .5-30-52 

Hutchings. Eleanor B., 207 2nd St., Warrington 6-21-51 

Hutchins, T. D., Jr., Box 1133, Panama City 12-6-51 

Hutchins, Willard E., 16th St. and 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg..4-14-52 

Hutchinson, A. E., 3300 Oak Ave., Miami 10-13-52 

Hutchinson, L. T., 1118 N.E. 2nd Ave., North Miami 8-14-51 

Hutchinson, A. J., Box 391, Sta. A, St. Petersburg 9-15-52 

Hutchinson, Margaret B., 680 N.E. 124th St., North Miami 3-26-52 

Hutchinson, Ruth, 601 N.E. 26th St., Apt. 10, Miami 1-16-52 

Hutchison, Graham F., 365 N.E. 174th St., 

North Miami Beach 12-31-51 

Hutchison, Oma, 3500 S.W. 8th St., Miami 8-30-52 

Hutchison, Ray H., Box 2700, Tampa 9-2-52 

Hutchison, William Cauthen, Jr., Box 1417, Sanford 5-12-52 

Hutto, Chas. B., 3923 N. Blvd., Tampa 9-10-52 

Hutto, Ruby, 2409 N. "B" St., Tampa 10-7-52 

Hutto, Victor B., 504 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 6-12-52 

Hutton, Daisy, 615 E. Turner, Clearwater 2-5-51 

Huyette, Merlin B.. 11900 N.W. 7th Ave., Tampa 4-25-52 

Hyatt, Edna M., 951 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 10-8-51 

Hyatt, Georgia W.. 1321 N.W. 7th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-25-52 

Hyatt, Katherine W., Ft. Myers Beach 10-8-51 

Hyatt, R. F., Jr., 16 N.E. 8th St., Gainesville 4-30-51 

Hyatt, Ruth, 221 S. Atlantic Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 10-24-51 

Hycko, Anne K., P.O. Box 91, Cocoanut Grove Sta., Miami. .1-21-51 

Hyde, Gloria M., 121 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-19-51 

Hyde, Paul L., Box 105, Bethune-Cookman College, 

Daytona Beach.. 12-10-51 

Hyer, J. Whiting, Box 1384, Pensacola 12-9-52 

Hygema, Ralph O.. Box 2655. Jacksonville 11-10-52 

Hylander, L. R., 3111 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-11-52 

Hyman, Elise P., Box 698. Avon Park 9-19-51 

Hyman, Maxwell, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-29-51 

Hyman, Samuel. 224 Madison St., Tampa 6-16-52 

Hyotlaine, William K.. 337 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm Beach.. 1-29-51 

Ihrig, Frances L., 913 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 9-16-52 

lies. William A., 2125 Weber Ave., Orlando 12-1-52 

Ilowit. Belmont, 214 Bank Bldg.. Hollywood 12-14-51 

Imand. Wm., 1361 S.W. 14th St., Miami 6-15-51 

Imes, Louise M., P.O. Box 184, Bradenton 4-15-52 

Indorf, Marian M., 7231 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 7-30-51 

Infante, Alfred R., 1642 N.W. 21st Terrace, Miami 6-11-51 

Ingalls, C. J., Box 104, Groveland 7-21-52 

Ingham. Albert L„ 436 Avondale Rd.. West Palm Beach 10-9-51 

Ingleright, Alice, P.O. Box 697, Starke 11-23-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 469 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hughes, W. E., Box 56, Everglades 2-23-52 

Hughlett, H. B., 312 Franklin St., Tampa 8-25-52 

Huguenin, P. B., Box 1150, Sarasota 9-9-52 

Hulbert, C. L., 1453 Highland St. S., St. Petersburg 1-7-52 

Hulett, E. O, Jr., B. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc., 

Jacksonville Beach 9-6-51 

Hulin, Jennie R., P.O. Box 5003, Jacksonville 2-9-52 

Hull, Edith M., 813 S.W. 10th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 12-10-51 

Hull, Jane V., Rodi Boat Company, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale 6-21-51 

Hull, Ralph Garfield, 7520 N.E. 1st Ct., Miami 1-22-51 

Hullender, Vevie H., 12387 N.E. 6th Ave., North Miami 11-26-52 

Hulmes, Donald W., 2136 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 7-28-52 

Hulse. Alice R., 123 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables .5-13-52 

Humpfer, E. J., P.O. Box 244, Winter Park .....2-16-51 

Humphrey, C. E., 1602 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-29-52 

Humphrey, Irene, South Broward Hospital and Clinic, 

Dania 2-26-51 

Humphries, B. B., 4230 N.W. 11th Ave., Miami ...6-14-51 

Humphries, Jo, 408 20th St. E., Bradenton 9-6-51 

Humphries, P. M., 4230 N.W. 11th Ave., Miami 2-17-51 

Humphries, Shirley, 741 Superior St., Opa-Locka 10-15-51 

Huneke, Rachel Jane, 2702 N.W. 23rd Ave., Miami 1-24-52 

Hunn, Homer R., 8715 El Portal Dr., Tampa 8-1-51 

Hunnicutt, F. F., 138 S. Beale St., Ft. Walton 8-16-52 

Hunnicutt, Jane S., Lake Wales 10-20-52 

Hunsicker, Walter G., 137 N.W. 105th St., Miami Shores .9-15-52 

Hunt, Beatrice M., 837 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 6-27-52 

Hunt, Daisy H., Box 2017, Miami .6-16-51 

Hunt, C. Wesley, 500 Laura St., Jacksonville 2-14-52 

Hunt, E. Glenn, 11000 Gulf Blvd. St. Petersburg 3-28-51 

Hunt, Ethel K., 871 E. 19th St., Hialeah 12-10-52 

Hunt, Frank J., Box 66, Jacksonville 10-21-52 

Hunt, Helene, Box 268, Daytona Beach 6-20-51 

Hunt, Lowell W., Sr., Box 464, Hastings 11-24-51 

Hunt, Orbie S., 308 N. Westland Ave., Tampa 4-9-52 

Hunt, Rosemarie, Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 5-9-51 

Hunter, Alice R., 1443 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 1-17-52 

Hunter, D. J., 106 W. Merrick St., Plant City 1-27-52 

Hunter, Elsie S., 1918 N. Marion St., Lake City 9-28-51 

Hunter, Herman Meade, 419 N.W. 14th Terrace, Miami 8-29-51 

Hunter, Lewis B., Box 617, Vero Beach 3-18-52 

Hunter, Olga, P.O. Box 1519, Sanford 12-17-51 

Hunter, W. Finley, 1602 Florida Ave., Tampa 9-10-52 

Huntington, Paul E.. 401 Madison St., Tampa 6-13-52 

Huntington, Vivian H., 1735 N.W. 7th St., Miami 3-31-52 

Huntley, J. A., 1103 N. 15 Ave., Pensacola 8-20-51 

Huntley, Minnie E., 215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 10-31-52 

Huntley, William L., Jr., 1222 DuPont Bldg., Miami 12-3-52 

Hupp, Budd, 125 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 5-3-51 

Hupp, Mildred L., Box 341, Orlando 7-28-52 

Hurlbert, Kathleen, 608 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 4-30-52 

Hurlbut, Ethel M., Starnes Arcade, Fort Myers 2-7-51 

Hurley, Elizabeth M., 915 Market St., Jacksonville 12-13-52 

Huron, Wanda, Box 711, Ft. Myers 8-6-52 



470 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Jackson, Jewel C, Chipola Rural Sta., Marianna 11-6-51 

Jackson, John A., Jr., 1036 N. Mills St., Orlando 8-22-52 

Jackson, John O., 202 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 8-10-52 

Jackson, Lelah B., 102 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 6 6-1-52 

Jackson, Lorena M., c/o O'Falks Dept Store, Tampa 12-11-51 

Jackson, Mary Mclver, 322 Ave. A., Ft. Pierce 8-21-52 

Jackson, Pearle F., 1313 Sydney Place, Jacksonville 3-10-52 

Jackson, R. K., c/o Luby Chevrolet Co., Miami 8-22-51 

Jackson, Robert N., Box 1091, Coral Gables 7-23-51 

Jackson, Robert W., Jr., P.O. Box 161, Tallahassee 1-31-51 

Jackson, Ruby S., Box 106, Daytona Beach 11-28-52 

Jackson, S. K., P.O. Box 697, Gainesville 4-10-51 

Jackson, Theoplis, Box 492, Quincy 5-14-51 

Jackson, Warren. Box 32, DeLand 7-31-52 

Jackson, Wesley B., 4110 Spruce Ave.. West Palm Beach 4-21-52 

Jacob, Jerrold F., 28 S. "J" St., Lake Worth 3-3-52 

Jacob, Josephine R., P.O. Box 338, Maitland 3-9-51 

Jacobi, E. Jan. 645 N.E. 26th Terrace, Miami 1-22-51 

Jacobs, Alice M., 1410 N.W. 33rd St., Miami 42 1-9-51 

Jacobs, Annie R., 1336 W. 26th St., Jacksonville 1-29-51 

Jacobs, Bernard M., 350 Lincoln Rd., Suite 309, Miami Beach.. 1-30-52 

Jacobs, Ernest J., 409 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 4-15-51 

Jacobs, Janette Kramer, 4250 W. Flagler, Miami 10-4-51 

Jacobs, Lincoln L., P.O. Box 877, DeLand 4-26-52 

Jacobson, Manuel N.. 2026 S.W. 15th Terrace, Miami 10-23-52 

Jacobs, Mary A., P.O. Box 78, Weirsdale 11-19-51 

Jacobs, Milton R., 415 N. Hibiscus Dr., Miami Beach 11-13-51 

Jacobs, Paul, c/o Acme Concrete Co., P.O. Box 1000 3-26-51 

Jacobs, Wiliam F., P.O. Box 1020, Tallahassee 8-31-51 

Jacobsen, Nora A., 227 S.W. 11th Ave., Miami 6-21-51 

Jacobsen, Bernard, 215 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 4-2-51 

Jacobson, Samuel, 1944 S.W. 8th St., Miami 8-4-51 

Jacoby, Fred C, 305 S. Albany, Tampa 3-31-51 

Jacocks, E. W., c/o Frank F. Ehrhard, Vero Beach 9-17-52 

Jadu, Morad T.. 376 Linwood Dr., Miami Springs 4-11-51 

Jaeger, Frederick S., II8M2 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 8-14-52 

Jaffer, Bee. 6901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 41 7-17-52 

Jahn, George N., 3254 S.W. 57th Court, Miami 6-3-52 

Jaillet, Gerard A., 718 Hempstead St., Orlando 11-13-51 

Jamerson, Blanche, 12 S. Main St., Orlando 5-3-52 

James, Anna S., P.O. Box 133, Keystone Heights 8-25-52 

James, Curtis M., Box 486, Ft. Pierce, 6-21-52 

James, Donald E., Box 576, Ocala 10-11-51 

James, Edith M., c/o Johnson & Caldwell, 400 Atlantic 

Bank Annex, Jacksonville 3-20-51 

James, Eileen, Drawer 3433, Orlando 12-11-51 

James, Ethel A., 445 28th St., West Palm Beach 3-1-51 

James, Geo. O., 688 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-22-52 

James, Helen Hill, Box 326, Palmetto 8-28-52 

James, J. E., P.O. Box 1371, Tampa 4-6-51 

James, Jane, 7612 Laura St., Jacksonville 4-17-51 

James, Janet L., 611-15 Florida Natl. Bank Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 8-13-51 

James, Melba Jeanne, 609 2nd St., West Palm Beach 9-6-52 

James, Neva M., 1021 S.W. 6th St., Miami 5-20-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 471 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

James, Otis D., Box 28, West Palm Beach 9-6-52 

James, Ralph B., 3100 S.W. 14th St., Miami 1-10-51 

James, Rebekah, c/o Adair, Kent, Ashby & McNatt, 

1312 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 4-24-52 

James, Robert C, 812 Citrus Ave., Ft. Pierce 8-2-51 

James, Walter L., Box 634, Ft. Walton 1-22-51 

Jameson, R. T., P.O. Box 693, Bartow 3-21-51 

Jameson, R. T., Jr., 1404 N.W. 3rd Ave., Gainesville 6-4-51 

Jamison, J. R., Wabasso 4-11-52 

Jamison, Lora S., 514 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 7-18-52 

Jamison, Lowell C, Box 374, Punta Gorda 5-16-51 

Jancsik, Michael E., 3675 S.W. 26th St. Miami 33 1-16-51 

Janes, Elma E., Box 414, Lakeland 10-25-52 

Janes, Harold D., 521 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 34 5-9-52 

Janes, Olive M., 18 S.E. 7th St., Ft. Lauderdale 3-24-52 

Janeway, Lucy, Rt. 5, Box 26, Tampa 4 4-9-52 

Jansen, G. A., 1603 High St., Leesburg 9-9-52 

Jansen, Nancy, 704 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-3-52 

Jansen, Philip, 709 V 2 Main St., Daytona Beach 9-13-51 

Jansen, Vera L., P.O. Box 4555, Jacksonville 2-20-51 

Japour, Clementine, Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Pete 4-8-52 

Jarrett, Susie J.. 1125 N. 14th Ave., Pensacola 3-6-52 

Jarrett, Wilbur F., 231 W. Gore Ave., Orlando 6-25-51 

Jarvis, F. H., 1511 N.E. 116th St., Miami 38 5-5-52 

Jaudon, Lenna R., Box 145, Dover 9-18-51 

Jaycox, Catherine R., 715 S.W. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-24-51 

Jeffers, H. T., 204 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2 8-10-51 

Jeffreys, John J., 1733 N.W. 3rd Ct., Apt. 15, Miami 36 5-8-51 

Jeffries, Alma B., Florida Hotel, DeFuniak Springs 5-6-52 

Jeffries, Dixie, P.O. Box 1351, Tampa 3-22-52 

Jenkerson, Warren B., 1740 E. Leonard St., Pensacola 2-6-52 

Jenkins, Carmelita W., Rt. 3, Box 81, Madison 6-30-52 

Jenkins, Laura B., P.O. Box 2429, West Palm Beach 10-23-51 

Jenkins, Joe C, 221 West University Ave., Gainesville 3-12-51 

Jenkins, Wesley E., Box 36, Hawthorne 7-14-52 

Jenney, Bettye, 315 N.W. 13th St., Miami 12-10-51 

Jennings, Alex S., Jr., P.O. Box 2150, Tampa 2-12-51 

Jennings, Bonnie W., 119 N. Summerlin St., Orlando 3-19-52 

Jennings, Clark W., 809 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 2-26-51 

Jennings, Connie A., c/o Allied Construction Co., 

319 Woodbine, Jacksonville 7-1-52 

Jennings, Grace D., P.O. Box 251, Miami 42 9-17-52 

Jennings, H. F., 936 Garden Dr., Winter Park 3-24-52 

Jennings, Janie, c/o Smith & Porton, Corner Lafayette and 

Florida, Tampa 2 12-27-51 

Jennings, Margot V., Box 1626, Yukon 3-19-52 

Jennings, Russell D., Union News Co., 2695 Rosselle St., 

Jacksonville 9-24-52 

Jensen, Christian. 2736 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. ...10-3-52 

Jensen, Sibyl. P.O. Box D. Pahokee 12-13-51 

Jepeway, Alexander M., 640 S.W. 28th Rd., Miami 8-18-52 

Jerger, Louis H., 356 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 10-6-51 

Jerger, Louis H., Jr., 356 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 9-26-51 

Jernagan, Margaret R., Room 221 Center Bldg., 

Tallahassee 3-25-51 



472 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Jernigan, Bonnie G., 711 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-14-51 

Jernigan, E. J., Rt. 4, Milton 2-7-52 

Jernigan, Jane J., 2166 33rd Ave., Vero Beach 9-10-51 

Jernigan, P. L., 62 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando 6-18-51 

Jeronimo, John A., 1019 19th Ave., Tampa 1-5-51 

Jervey, L., c/o Shell Oil Co., Drawer U, Sta. A, Jax 8-27-51 

Jesse, Madeline, 2900 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-16-52 

Jessee, M. C, Box 1425, Perrine 11-28-52 

Jeter, Evelyn N.. c o Columbia Restaurant, 

2117 E. Broadway, Tampa 5 11-1-51 

Jeter, R. R., P.O. Box 278, Century 8-12-51 

Jeter, Wm. H., c/o Gulf Life Ins. Co., Gulf Life Bldg., 

Jacksonville 9-29-51 

Jewell, H. N., 14050 Guif Blvd., St. Petersburglll.'""'".""'~8-25-52 

Jewell, Albert B., 218 W. Church St., Jacksonville 3-28-52 

Jewell, Margaret E., 1050 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 4-24-52 

Jewett, A. L., 262 189th St., Golden Shores, Miami Beach 41 4-3-51 

Jewett, Charles C, 1333 21st St., Vero Beach 11-9-52 

Joerger, Madeline, Box 1046, Ft. Pierce 11-2-52 

Joffe, Isaac, 1010 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 8-10-51 

Johannsen, Charles, 945 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 4-8-52 

Johannsen, Fairy, 945 E. Hillsborough, Tampa 9-8-52 

Johns, C. E., 2808 Sunnyside St., Jacksonville 8-15-51 

Johns, Charley E., P.O. Box 891, Starke 2-6-52 

Johns, Charley Jerome, Box 891, Starke 11-14-52 

Johns, Corydon T., 217 Franklin St., Tampa 2 9-17-51 

Johns, Frank G., Jr., Rt. 4, Box 1404, South Miami 4-21-52 

Johns, Gloria E., 1922 River Road, Jacksonville 6-5-52 

Johns, J. Mercer. 315 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2 10-13-51 

Johns, L. L., Box 381, Zephyrhills 6-23-52 

Johns, Martha K., 116 13th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach 6-17-52 

Johns, Marysol, 67 Ladoga Circle, Davis Island, Tampa 3-21-51 

Johns, N. B., Box 368. Lakeland 5-2-51 

Johns, William, P.O. Box 90, Jasper 6-11-51 

Johnsen, Carsten A., c/o Emerson Tire Co., P.O. Box 709, 

Miami 3-12-51 

Johnson, Alvin J.. P.O. Box 127, Crestview 8-13-52 

Johnson, Anna M., 506 E. Osborne Ave., Tampa 3 8-18-52 

Johnson, Annette, Box 1052, Ocala 5-21-51 

Johnson, Artsy A., 609 Doris St., Jacksonville 2-19-52 

Johnson, Blanche M., 6142 E. 5th Ave., Hialeah 10-10-52 

Johnson, Burt C, P.O. Box 1043, Lake Alfred 5-20-51 

Johnson, Carol, P.O. Box 2409, Tampa 4-23-51 

Johnson, C. H., 1627 N.W. 62nd Terrace, Miami 5-28-51 

Johnson, Charles E., 1212 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami 3-5-52 

Johnson, Charles R.. 3760 W. Flagler St., Miami.. 12-7-51 

Johnson, Clarence R.. Box 606, St. Andrew 7-24-52 

Johnson, Clarice B„ 1845 N.W. 16th St., Miami 3-19-51 

Johnson, Clinton B., 3710 46th St. N., St. Petersburg 10-3-52 

Johnson, Delia, 710 Broadway, Daytona Beach 9-13-52 

Johnson, Edgar Leo, c/o Gray, Waldo & Chandler, Box 44, 

Gainesville 10-15-52 

Johnson, Edna W., 124 Mendoza Ave., Apt. 4, Coral Gables..8-22-52 

Johnson, Edward B., Jr., 525 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 32 3-31-52 

Johnson, E. M., Box 231, Orlando 7-23-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 473 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Johnson, Elaine R., Box 468, Key West 9-8-51 

Johnson, Estelle, c/o Towers Hardware Co., 10 W. Bay St., 

Jacksonville 7-26-51 

Johnson, Esther M., P.O. Box 251, St. Andrew 2-12-51 

Johnson, Ethel B., 528 McKay Ave., Lakeland 11-3-52 

Johnson, Ethel Barber, Box 117, Pahokee 3-24-52 

Johnson, Eugene M., 3233 Randall St., Jacksonville 7-2-52 

Johnson, Eva B., Box 411, Belle Glade 3-26-52 

Johnson, Evelyn, 1012 S.E. 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-19-52 

Johnson, Evelyne, 716 Jessamine St., West Palm Beach 2-7-51 

Johnson, F. Aileen, 121 N.E. 80th Ter., Miami 11-21-51 

Johnson, George W., 1070 N.E. 122nd St., Miami 6-13-52 

Johnson, G. Guy, c/o Levy's, Adams & Hogan Sts., 

Jacksonville 5-1-51 

Johnson, Grant, 207 9th Ave. W., Bradenton 9-24-52 

Johnson, Hallie, 402 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota 11-3-51 

Johnson, Hattie H., 603 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-18-51 

Johnson, H. C, Jr., 114 S. Palafox St., GFC Loan Co.. 

Johnson, Helen P., 7220 S.W. 16th St., Miami '.'.'. '...10-5-51 

Johnson, Helen T., P.O. Box 1703, Hollywood 4-18-51 

Johnson, Henry H., P.O. Box 520. Ft. Lauderdale 11-20-52 

Johnson, H. F., 116 S. 5th Ave., Wauchula 3-22-52 

Johnson, Hilda C, P.O. Box 893, Pensacola 6-22-52 

Johnson, Howard C, 26 W. Ridgewood Dr., Sebring 4-23-52 

Johnson, I. J., 714 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., Pensacola 11-4-51 

Johnson, Inza, 5996 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-25-52 

Johnson, J. C, 2123 Main St., Jacksonville 10-23-51 

Johnson, Jack E., Dade City Motor Co., P.O. Box 408, 

Dade City 7-17-51 

Johnson, James L., 389-616 Caroline St., Key West 11-26-52 

Johnson, J. Eugenia, Box 591, Quincy 2-18-52 

Johnson, Mrs. J. J., 5502 32nd St., Tampa 4-9-52 

Johnson, John D., 171 N.W. 11th St., Miami 7-28-52 

Johnson, J. Malcolm, 1407 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-19-51 

Johnson, J. W., 207 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 7-15-52 

Johnson, J. W., 544-A Main St., Sarasota 2-13-52 

Johnson, James W., P.O. Drawer 231, West Palm Beach 4-2-52 

Johnson, Jennie D., 2235 Lincoln Ave., Cocoanut Grove 

Miami 5-9-51 

Johnson, Juanita, c/o Lee County Packers, Bay St., Ft. Myers. .4-9-51 

Johnson, L. E., Sr., 344 N.W. 10th Ave., Miami 2-7-52 

Johnson, Louise M., P.O. Box 831, Pahokee 2-11-52 

Johnson, Mabel S., Box 653, Lakeland 11-10-52 

Johnson, Mary V., Flagler Beach... 2-26-52 

Johnson, Mildred, Box 646, Miami 3-22-51 

Johnson, Otto, 301 Franklin St., Tampa 3-2-52 

Johnson, Patricia, Rt. 1, Perry 3-3-52 

Johnson, Paul B., Stovall Professional Bldg., 

305 Morgan St., Tampa 6-26-52 

Johnson, Ralph Baer, 3227 N.W. 7th Ave. Circle, Miami 37... .9-15-52 

Johnson, R. F., Box 3270, Tampa 1 9-28-52 

Johnson, R. T., 2 Grace Drive, Morrison Homes, 

West Palm Beach 3-27-51 

Johnson, R. V., Box 1396, Stuart 9-17-51 



474 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Terra, 4 Years from Date Given 

Johnson, Robert C, 2259 Park St., Jacksonville 1-27-52 

Johnson, Robert L., Box 115, Ocoee 8-22-52 

Johnson, Roland G., 1325 Canterbury Road, St. Petersburg 6-4-51 

Johnson, R. P., 1542 Glengarry St., Jacksonville 7 6-12-52 

Johnson, Royal E., 1401 Meadowbrook Ave., Tampa 8-5-52 

Johnson, Thomas E., 1030 N.W. 125th St., Miami 12-17-51 

Johnson, Tom J., Jr., 310 Tampa St., Tampa 10-26-51 

Johnson, V. W. (Mrs.), Box 697, Avon Park 7-19-51 

Johnson, W. E., Box 235, Chipley 10-1-52 

Johnson, W. F., 612 Chattahoochee St., Chattahoochee 1-20-52 

Johnson, W. L., 1558 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 9-24-51 

Johnson, W. McK. C, New Town, 33rd St., P.O. Sarasota.. ..3-16-51 

Johnson, Weir A., 109 S. Packwood, Tampa 11-27-51 

Johnson, Wm. G., Box 5033, Tampa 5 1-19-51 

Johnson, Wyatt, 832 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-23-52 

Johnson, Yvonne L., 106 Olivia St., Rear, Key West 11-24-52 

Johnston, C. L., P.O. Box 49, Sta. "G", Jacksonville 7-13-51 

Johnston, Dan M., 6-10 Darlington Ave., Kissimmee 1-1-51 

Johnston, Dorothy Hardy, Rt. 1, Box 160-B, Largo 3-31-52 

Johnston, E. Covington, Box 26, Gainesville 9-29-52 

Johnston, F. C, 2973 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 3-26-52 

Johnston, F. Rawls, County Judge's Office, Court House, 

Miami 9-13-51 

Johnston, H. S., Box 55, Davenport 3-23-52 

Johnston, Jeraldine E., 1040 48th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-8-52 

Johnston, John L., 3403 Leona St., Tampa 10-27-51 

Johnston, Kate W., 234 W. Biscayne Blvd., Miami 32 11-28-51 

Johnston, R. A., 5822 S.W. 60th St., Miami 43 9-17-51 

Joiner, William D., P.O. Box 625, Gainesville 5-26-51 

Joines, Sam B., Jr., 1125 Sweringen Ave., Bartow 3-28-51 

Jollow, Frances E., 230 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-31-52 

Jolly, Virginia L., 920 Turnbull St., New Smyrna Beach 9-4-52 

Jones, Angelyn D., P.O. Box 376, Gainesville 8-7-51 

Jones, Angia Leah, Box 278, Dade City 11-3-52 

Jones, Annie Lou, c/o Manatee River Bank & Trust Co., 

Bradenton 9-22-52 

Jones, Audrey W., Box 757, Belle Glade 9-18-52 

Jones, Bernard M., 1626 Barrancas Ave., Pensacola 7-23-51 

Jones, Beth, 401 N.W. 24th Ave., Miami 12-20-52 

Jones, Betty C, 312 Franklin St., Tampa 7-24-52 

Jones, Betty J., Box 264, Deerfield Beach 5-12-52 

Jones, Beverly F., Vero Beach 1-24-52 

Jones, Bobby A., 1406 South Gate St., Tampa 8-30-51 

Jones, Catherine C, 1320 W. Gregory, Pensacola 4-9-51 

Jones, Carol, Bush Distributing Co., 60 Riverside Ave., 

Jacksonville 8-11-52 

Jones, C. B., 357 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 7-28-51 

Jones, C. E., Room 211, County Courthouse, 

West Palm Beach 4-27-52 

Jones, Charles, 3305 Rodney Lane. Jacksonville 3-13-51 

Jones, Charles A., 421 25th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-14-51 

Jones, Claude C, 9 N. Polk Ave., Arcadia 7-30-51 

Jones, Claude S., Rm. 10, Sanders Bldg., Belle Glade 3-12-51 

Jones, C. N., Box 65, Titusville 1-16-51 

Jones, Dale, 802 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 6-7-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 475 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Jones, Donald G., 408 S. 12th St., Leesburg 12-10-51 

Jones, Eddie, Box 565. DeFuniak Springs 5-5-52 

Jones, Edgar Paul, 1579 W. 16th St., Jacksonville 8-13-51 

Jones, E. L., Box 1312, Winter Haven 5-18-52 

Jones, Elton C, 4608 Hercules Ave., Jacksonville 5 1-15-52 

Jones, Emilee, 1820 Moncrief Road, Jacksonville 1-19-51 

Jones, Ernest A.. 460 N.W. 79th St., Miami 1-17-51 

Jones, Eva W., 7103 N.E. 4th Court, Miami 38 8-1-51 

Jones, Frances E., 1240 S. Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 4-21-52 

Jones, Frank E., 166 N.W. 10th St., Miami 36 4-6-51 

Jones, Gabriel B., P.O. Box 61, DeLeon Springs 11-26-51 

Jones, Gertrude E., 100 N.W. 125th St., Miami 6-2-52 

Jones, Gloria C, 854 S. New York Ave., Lakeland 7-13-51 

Jones, Helen W., P.O. Box 142, New Smyrna Beach 5-12-52 

Jones, Horace E., 305 Cordova Place, Leesburg 11-6-52 

Jones, Howard L., 534 N.W. 50th St., Miami 37 6-8-51 

Jones, J. Gordon, c/o Board of County Commissioners, 

Duval County Court House, Jacksonville 10-23-52 

Jones, J. J., Box 4006, Sta. 5, Orlando 9-15-52 

Jones, John R., 446 McDaniel St., Tallahassee 6-13-52 

Jones, Johnnie, Lafayette Co. State Bank, Mayo 7-19-51 

Jones, Johnnie C, c/o Cecil W. Powell & Co., 

1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 3-9-51 

Jones, Joseph E., P.O. Box 1414, Sarasota ...11-26-51 

Jones, Josie M., 14001 Madison St., Richmond Heights 11-13-52 

Jones, Kathleen, P.O. Box 14, Sydney 11-29-51 

Jones, Lannie Woodall, P.O. Box 312, Orlando 10-17-51 

Jones, L. C, 1901 E. Scott St.. Pensacola 7-28-52 

Jones, L. C, P.O. Box 1232, Homestead 12-31-51 

Jones, L. E. (Mrs.), Box 214, Lantana 9-13-5? 

Jones, Lee W., 865 N.E. 71st St., Miami 38 5-12-52 

Jones, Lena Kemp, 583 N.W. 54th St., Miami 10-10-51 

Jones, Louise, Gen. Del. Eglin Air Force Base, Eglin Field 1-2-52 

Jones, Lucille C, c/o Rogers, Towers & Bailey. 500 Consoli- 
dated Bldg., Jacksonville 2-14-52 

Jones, Lucille L., 416 W. King St., Quincy 2-21-52 

Jones, Malcolm K., 19 University Circle, DeLand 10-14-52 

Jones, Margaret R., 7150 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 7-7-52 

Jones, Marie M., 651 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-13-52 

Jones, Manolia, American Natl. Bank of Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville 1-31-52 

Jones, Marion D., 1021 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 3-5-51 

Jones, Mary, c/o Southeastern Telephone Co., 218 E. Park 

Ave., Tallahassee 1-5-51 

Jones, M. G., 410 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 11-25-52 

Jones, Mildred E., 2303 N. 20th Ave., Hollywood 8-5-52 

Jones, Milton L., 908 Langford Bldg., Miami 12-8-52 

Jones, Morgan F., Jr., 124 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 8-7-52 

Jones, Nina, 1224 S.W. 1st Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 6-15-51 

Jones, Norma, 2970 N.W. 17th St.. Miami 35 5-17-52 

Jones, Ralph Harvey, 631 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale.-.. 10-25-51 

Jones, Raymond G., 3803 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 6 10-18-52 

Jones, R. O., Box 806, Crystal River 2-9-52 

Jones, Robert W., c/o Luby Chevrolet Co., 1055 W. Flagler, 

Miami 7-10-52 



476 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Jones, Ruby D., Box 561, Bradenton 9-10-51 

Jones, Ruth B., 1225 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 11-19-51 

Jones, Sarah Louise, General Motors Acceptance Corp., 

18 S. Main St., Orlando 11-23-51 

Jones, Shirley B., Biscayne Loan Co., 948 W. Flagler St., 

Miami 6-16-51 

Jones, Velma, 304 W. Henry Ave., Tampa 4 2-7-51 

Jones, W. D., P.O. Box 4518, Jacksonville 7-28-52 

Jones, Verniece, c/o Holman Lincoln Mercury Co., 

West Palm Beach 1-10-51 

Jones, Virginia M.. P.O. Box 1667, Pensacola 2-12-51 

Jones, Virginia P., P.O. Box 2087, Pinecastle 4-6-51 

Jones, W. H., c/o International Airport Branch, P.O. Box 

182, Miami 48 5-21-51 

Jones, Z. B., P.O. Box 1511, Lakeland 1-24-51 

Jonsson, Albert C, 308 Latonia St., Kissimmee 11-27-51 

Joos, L. E., 112 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 5-11-51 

Jordan, Alice L., 2972 S.W. 25th Terrace, Miami 9-15-52 

Jordan, Arlene, c/o Miami Builders' Exchange, Box 2017, 

Miami 6-16-51 

Jordan, Bertha S., P.O. Box 110, Tampa 1 4-17-52 

Jordan, Betty B., 3740 47th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-12-51 

Jordan, Donolee, 143 Bosporus, Tampa 12-31-51 

Jordan, Edonais E., c/o Noel & Miller, P.O. Box 120, 

North Miami Beach 5-29-52 

Jordan, Emmaline, 107 E. Belmar St., Lakeland 3-19-52 

Jordan, E. R., Jr., 3608 Obispo St., Tampa 6-20-51 

Jordan, Esther, P.O. Box 905, Pensacola .12-5-51 

Jordan, H. W., Box 819, Punta Gorda 3-11-51 

Jordan, H. W., 427 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-8-52 

Jordan, John Charles, General Delivery, Orlando 2-12-51 

Jordan, John H., Box 5294, Pensacola 2-9-51 

Jordan, L. E., Box 326, Oviedo 7-19-51 

Jordan, Lula G., P.O. Box 556, Ocala 5-3-52 

Jordan, Ray, 208 E. Pennsylvania Ave., DeLand 10-11-51 

Jordan, Stanley E., 1700 23rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-27-51 

Jordan, William E., 9441 Abbott Ave., Surfside, 

Miami Beach 11-26-51 

Jorgensen, Hannah, Box 1282, West Palm Beach 7-9-52 

Jorgensen, Hilda C, Box 233, Ruskin 9-24-52 

Joseph, James A., 411 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 6-17-52 

Joseph, James M., 1125 Roselle St., Jacksonville 4 6-30-52 

Joseph, Romeldo P., 2911 28th Ave., Tampa 1-17-51 

Josephson, M. H., 2714 MacDill Ave., Tampa 1-15-52 

Joslin, Jordan, P.O. Box 2088, Hollywood 4-16-51 

Joyner, R. L., 2410 Main St., Jacksonville 6 6-4-52 

Joyner, Sadie L., 4807 12th St., Tampa 5-9-52 

Juan, Gloria, 1212 17th Ave., Tampa 2-7-52 

Judge, Harry A., c/o First Natl. Bank, Ft. Lauderdale 5-12-52 

Julian, B. C, 427 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-8-51 

Julian, Josephine, 1027 l /z S. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 2-3-51 

Jun, Frances F., Box 697, Vero Beach 7-7-52 

Junk, W. E., 301 N.W. 1st Court, Miami 5-12-52 

Juster, Pauline, 3003 Aquilla St., Tampa 3-13-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 477 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Justice, H. L., P.O. Box 277, Tarpon Springs 4-26-51 

Justice, lone E., 1345 Main St., Jacksonville 6-19-52 

Justus, Jaclyn J., 442 Mandaley Ave., Clearwater 10-1-51 

Kaczmarczyk, Margaret, 3275 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville. ...12-31-52 
Kaehn, Eva G., First Federal Savings & Loan, 

Ft. Lauderdale 10-1-51 

Kaempffe, Herbert F., 400 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 10-31-51 

Kahle, Eugene W., Jr., 648-652 N.W. 14th St., Miami 11-17-52 

Kahlenberg, Lorraine, 1004 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 2-25-52 

Kahme, Morris H., 305 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-5-51 

Kahn, A. Edmund, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach ...11-26-52 

Kahn, Albert L., P.O. Box 916, Miami Beach 8-22-51 

Kahn, Beatrice, Hollywood Medical Center, Hollywood 10-31-51 

Kahn, Hannah A., 40 N.E. 69th St., Miami 2-4-52 

Kaighn, E. L., 400 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando 6-5-51 

Kaighn, Gladys M., 712 Floral Dr., Orlando 6-14-51 

Kain, E. C. (Mrs.), 908 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 7-17-51 

Kairalla, George, 330 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-20-51 

Kaiser, Edward J., 2011 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-28-52 

Kaiser, Fred G., 1197 N.W. 119th St., Miami 10-29-52 

Kaiser, Harold A., 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg .....9-18-52 

Kaiser, John G., City of Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale 4-18-52 

Kaiser, Julius H., Jr., 2414 Galiano St., Coral Gables 10-23-52 

Kaiser, M. J., 424-A N.E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-25-51 

Kalas, Muriel Reardon, 307 N.E. 59th St., Miami 3-5-51 

Kalbach, Arthur, 215 S.W. 15th St., Ft. Lauderdale ....12-29-52 

Kalback, Irving F., 62 W. Flagler St., Miami ...3-12-52 

Kaleel, Luke R., 810 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-23-51 

Kalenian, Clarence, 2146 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.. .8-22-51 

Kalin, Alyce W., 220 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota 11-20-52 

Kalish, Leonard J., 607 11 Olympia Bldg., Miami 7-2-52 

Kallaher, Clara, 2240 S.W. 32nd Ave., Miami... 5-26-52 

Kalmar, Louis F., Box 414, Jasper 10-28-52 

Kaminis, Hallie, 315 Cypress St., Tarpon Springs ...3-18-51 

Kamins, Norman, 130 N.E. 41st St., Miami 7-23-51 

Kaminsky, Joan L., 6821 S.W. 32nd Terrace, Miami 10-22-51 

Kamp, Jeanette, 410 71st St., Miami Beach 11-6-51 

Kanaga, H. D., 1375 N.W. 36th St., Miami 8-4-52 

Kane, Howard, P.O. Box 1800, Miami Beach 3-3-51 

Kane, Mary A., 7950 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami.. 6-14-51 

Kane, Pama, 1520 San Ignacio Ave., Coral Gables 3-6-52 

Kanner, Aaron M., 239 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 12-19-51 

Kanner, Samuel J., 213 Shoreland Bldg., Miami.. 7-15-52 

Kantner, Woodrow A., 203 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale..3-10-52 

Kantor, Max, 1120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 10-27-52 

Kaplan, George G., P.O. Box 747, Ft. Pierce 5-16-51 

Kaplan, Harry, 334 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami 11-6-52 

Kaplan, Leon, 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-20-52 

Kaplan, Seymour, 15 Santillane Ave., Coral Gables 4-1-52 

Kapp, Simon, 536 14th St., Miami Beach 10-22-52 

Kapua, Helen C, 560 N.W. 64th St., Miami 5-4-51 

Karden, Erwon C, 620 E. Di Lido Dr., Miami Beach 7-30-52 

Kardon, Shirley, 720 N.W. 19th Ct., Miami 9-3-52 

Karkeet, Rollo E., 3530 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 3-29-52 

Karns, Chas. D., 54 N.W. 106th St., Miami 9-13-52 



478 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Karolbeinick, Lucille Eloise, 201 Independent Life Bldg., 

Jacksonville 9-15-52 

Karpchuk, Mary, 1835 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah 11-6-52 

Karpe, Harry V., 107 Y 2 N. Fremont Ave., Tampa 2-5-52 

Kase, William K., 214 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 9-19-51 

Kashdan, Sol, 5850 13th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-25-52 

Kass, S. C, P.O. Box 1203, Coral Gables 1-25-51 

Kasten, L. K., 530 N. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 6-19-52 

Kastner, Susanna E., Rt. 1, Box 3, Clearwater 11-21-51 

Kastan, Rose, 1337 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach 3-3-52 

Katulka, Theresia S., 1002 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 6-4-52 

Katz, Elizabeth A., Soreno Hotel, St. Petersburg 10-20-52 

Katz, Eva, 418 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables 10-29-52 

Katz, Hyman, 433 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami 8-17-51 

Katz, Molly P., 1955 Calais Dr., Normandy Isle, Miami Beach..9-22-52 

Kaufman, Daniel M., 6200 N.W. 32nd Ave., Miami 7-16-51 

Kaufman, Fred R., 2829 La Viere St., Jacksonville 8-20-51 

Kaufman, Richard, Box 607, Inverness 10-8-52 

Kaufmann, Ruth M., 211 N. Franklin St., Tampa 1-19-52 

Kavanaugh, Monica M., Post-Times, West Palm Beach 2-19-51 

Kavanaugh, Kathleen, 531 Ave. B, N.W., Winter Haven 11-29-51 

Kay, A. J., 2201 Poinsettia Ave., Ft. Myers 5-8-52 

Kay, Estelle B., 268 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 12-29-52 

Kay, Mildred N., Box 312, Orlando 10-19-51 

Kawas, Sam Harold, 5916 S.W. 7th St., Miami 1-9-51 

Kay, George C, 580 N.W. 95th St., Miami 10-25-51 

Kazarian, Gladys N., 209 American National Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 2-5-52 

Kazmaier, Marie B., 45 S.E. 2nd St., Miami 1-29-51 

Keagle, Glen R., 720 N.E. 79th St., Miami 8-18-52 

Kearley, Minnie, 524 15th St., West Palm Beach 12-18-52 

Kearns, O. P., 105 Harrison St., Cocoa 2-15-51 

Keasler, Frank R., Box 3113, Sta. F., Jacksonville 9-2-52 

Keating, R. L., 809 Main St., Daytona Beach 11-3-52 

Keats, Michael J. K., 1028 N.W. 14th Terrace. Miami 7-30-51 

Keaveney, Phyllis E., 301 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach.. .6-25-51 

Keefer, Ruth A., P.O. Box 403, Lakeland 6-1-51 

Keegan, Gloria D., 4107 Barcelona St., Tampa 3-31-51 

Keegan, J. C, Box 1620, Jacksonville 1-3-51 

Keen, Edna L., Box 924, Arcadia 11-23-52 

Keen, Elizabeth J., 1728 N.W. 43rd St., Miami 11-13-52 

Keene, Betty S., 824 Duval St., Key West 9-24-51 

Keene, Fred W., 1022 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 4-25-51 

Keene, Valery, 3007 Mitchell Ave., Tampa 5-9-52 

Keener, Charles T., Rt. 1, Box 48-B, Maitland 8-9-51 

Keenum, Evelyn C, 519 52nd St., West Palm Beach 5-26-52 

Keep. Sydney G., 718 University Dr., Coral Gables 4-25-52 

Keever, Alice A., Box 82, Ellenton 4-2-52 

Kegley, D. B., 944 Saratoga Blvd., Jacksonville 12-14-52 

Kehoe, G. Ponce, P.O. Box 563, Naples 2-11-52 

Kehoe, Virginia T., 451 5th St., N.W., Winter Haven 10-29-51 

Kehoe, Wallace E., 3211 8th Ave. N, St. Petersburg 5-11-51 

Kehr, Walter A., Jr.. 2450 Burlington Ave. N, St. Petersburg.. 11-25-52 

Keim, Harry H., 841 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 8-9-52 

Keirsey, Alexander, 135 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 6-25-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 479 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Keiser, Margaret B., 1744 N.W. 47th St., Miami 10-11-51 

Keith, D. L., 4800 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-11-52 

Keith, Paul S., 943 E. Lemon St., Lakeland 2-17-51 

Keith, Seymour D., 1323 DuPont Bldg., Miami 8-11-51 

Kelleher, Joan, 900 49th St., West Palm Beach 5-1-52 

Kelleher, Joseph A., Box 1255, Homestead 7-10-52 

Keller, Russell G., P.O. Box 8, Dania 6-11-52 

Keller, W. H., 218 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 7-9-51 

Kelley, Anarece, 413 Oak St., Auburndale 4-11-52 

Kelley, Dona K., 3520 N.W. 46th St., Miami 9-24-51 

Kelley, Edwin O., P.O. Box 475, North Miami 3-17-52 

Kelley, Gladys H, City Hall, Tallahassee 11-7-51 

Kelley, H.P., 614 Virginia Dr., Orlando 10-29-51 

Kelley, Jean E., 741 N.W. 30th Ct., Miami 5-30-51 

Kelley, J. W., Box 218, Dunnellon 4-9-52 

Kelley, Paul, 1515 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-6-52 

Kelley, Phillip R., P.O. Box 331, Kissimmee 5-10-52 

Kelley, Stanley, 33 W. Ashley, Jacksonville 4-10-52 

Kelley, Stuart E., 1140 N.E. 100th St., Miami 10-8-52 

Kelley, T. W., Sellhorn's Trail Marina, Inc., Sarasota 11-7-51 

Kellogg, C. E., 1847 20th Ave., Vero Beach 11-7-51 

Kellum, Harry S., 1602 E. Buffalo Ave., Tampa 2-20-52 

Kelly, Dr. A. V., 2829 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-14-51 

Kelly, Anita O., 6526 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-10-51 

Kelly, Clifton M., P.O. Box 96, Lakeland 11-12-51 

Kelly, Dan, P.O. Box 543, Fernandina Beach 3-11-52 

Kelly, Elizabeth B., 122 N. Duval St., Tallahassee 9-7-51 

Kelly, Dr. Ethel B., 2829 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. 5-14-51 

Kelly, Frank J., 807 DuPont Bldg., Miami 9-22-52 

Kelly, Gwen, 2910 Aquilla St., Tampa 5-26-51 

Kelly, Howard A., 150 Park Ave., Winter Park 10-6-52 

Kelly, James L., R.F.D., Santa Rosa 8-21-51 

Kelly, J. E., 618-22 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-4-51 

Kelly, John H., 834 S.W. 11th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 11-8-51 

Kelly, John R., 2010 Post St., Jacksonville 3-6-51 

Kelly, Josephine J., P.O. Box 1118, Ft. Pierce 5-9-51 

Kelly, J. R., Box 402, Starke 12-3-52 

Kelly, J. W., Box 361, Marianna 7-30-52 

Kelly, Marjorie H., Box 7172, Clewiston 3-19-52 

Kelly, P. S., Jr., P.O. Box 345, Bonifay 5-9-52 

Kelly, Ruth F., 628 19th St., Orlando 10-8-51 

Kelly, Sadie E., Box 127, Palatka 12-11-52 

Kelsey, H. H., P.O. Box 1651, Tampa 4-16-51 

Keltner, Keith K., 701 Hull St. S., Gulfport 5-2-51 

Kemp, Eckert H, 3703 N. Miami Ave.. Miami 8-25-51 

Kemp, Julia L., 811 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 10-5-51 

Kemp, K. R., 1266 W. Flagler St., Miami 6-1-52 

Kemper, G. Kenneth, 832 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-5-52 

Kemper, Lillian S., Box 333, Belle Glade 3-21-52 

Kendrick, Dorothy P., 500 Palmetto Ave., Sanford 10-11-51 

Kendrick, Katherine M., P.O. Box 310, Tampa 5-11-52 

Kendrick, Myrtle H, Box 1102, Ft. Pierce 5-6-52 

Kendrick, Orrie Moore, P.O. Box 153, White Springs 3-28-51 

Keniston, Harold H, Box 574, Pahokee 3-13-52 

Kenna, Roswell E., 513 W. Bird St., Tampa 7-27-51 



480 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Kennedy, A. M.. 4208 Sylvan Ramble, Tampa 4-16-52 

Kennedy, Alice R., 651 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami 6-26-51 

Kennedy, Augusta L., 6503 Evelyn Dr., Jacksonville 7-29-52 

Kennedy, C. A., 1233 E. Las Olas Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale 2-26-51 

Kennedy, Don, 2930 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-10-52 

Kennedy. Edwin J., 5-7-9 Downey Bldg., Sarasota 4-24-51 

Kennedy. Helen, Box 31, Keystone Heights 9-24-52 

Kennedy, Howard N.. 1613 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 1-12-52 

Kennedy, Leo, P.O. Bex 923. Port St. Joe 10-4-51 

Kennedy, Margaret, Box 320, Bradenton 10-9-51 

Kennedy, Mary C, 127 W. Intendencia St., Pensacola 8-27-52 

Kennedy, Ralph E., Box 2879. Jacksonville 10-21-52 

Kennedy, R. C. Box 1180, Eustis 11-12-52 

Kennel, E. W., P.O. Box 375, Lakeland 11-4-52 

Kenney, Adelaide B.. 430 E. Johnson Ave., Lake Wales 11-8-51 

Kenney, Michael, 815 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-22-51 

Kennington. Sarah, 3935 Roswell Dr., Tallahassee 9-9-52 

Kenny, Florence C, 8153 N.W. 14th Ave.. Miami 10-15-51 

Kenny, Terrence J., 5701 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park 2-8-51 

Kenson, Paul C, 10 Isabelle St., St. Augustine 3-12-5*1 

Kent, Grace L„ Box 716, St. Petersburg 1-15-51 

Kent, W. A., 823 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-2-51 

Kenyon, Jas. A., P.O. Box 1364, Pensacola 4-9-51 

Kenyon, May H., Box 46, Arlington 11-29-51 

Kenyon. Milton N.. 1055 Commodore Dr., Clearwater 4-10-51 

Keogh, James J., Box 333, Ojus 10-15-51 

Kephart, A. Jerry, 531 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 8-4-52 

Kepner, Guy L., 3817 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 6-9-52 

Kerdyk, F. E., 3105 Coconut Grove Dr., Miami 6-12-51 

Kerle, Arthur L., 102 W. Lafayette St., Tampa 5-29-52 

Kerley, Pat O, 9507 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 3-28-52 

Kern, Beatrice M., 236 S.W. N. River Dr., Miami 5-10-52 

Kern, Charles E., 219 W. Washington St., Orlando 9-12-52 

Kernen, Maye A., 501 24th St., West Palm Beach 10-21-52 

Kerns, J. W., Hialeah 11-5-51 

Kerr, Ellen. 17 Tanglewood Ct., West Palm Beach 7-17-51 

Kerr, E. M., 400 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-21-52 

Kerr, H. D., Jr., 122 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 8-30-52 

Kerr, James B., Box 130, Hollywood 7-13-51 

Kerr. Kenneth W., Box 275. Dunedin 9-10-51 

Kersey, Noel, 621 W. Bay Dr., Largo 9-10-52 

Kershner, Geraldine, Gen. Del., Palmetto 12-27-51 

Kerwick. John F., 1913 Coolidge St.. Hollywood 9-8-52 

Kesner, Ralph W., Jr., 401 S. Main St., Belle Glade 12-27-51 

Kessler, Charles C. 719 Nathan Hale Rd.. West Palm Beach. .12-22-52 

Kessler, Lester E., 1440 N.W. 36th St., Miami 7-28-52 

Kessler, Stephen F.. 2200 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-31-51 

Ketchum, Elma L., Box 580. Key West 4-7-52 

Ketchum. James L.. 801 E. Carolina St.. Tallahassee 3-19-51 

Keune. Fred, Jr., 1014 Greenwood Ave., Lakeland 10-18-51 

Kevil. Irene F., 740 Mendoza. Coral Gables 11-29-51 

Kevlyn, Sophie, 951 S.W. 31st Ave., Miami 11-14-52 

Key, Paul W., P.O. Box 491. Quincy 7-27-51 

Key, Richard G.. 520 Florida Natl. Bank Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 8-11-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 481 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Key, Sarah C, 718 W. Washington St., Quincy 2-28-51 

Keys, Enid, 21 Truxton Dr., Miami Springs 5-15-52 

Keys, Jay Burton, 311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-7-51 

Keyser, Barbara Ann, 1507 W. Mohawk Ave., Tampa 4-23-51 

Kibler, Elma H., P.O. Box 21, Leesburg 6-30-51 

Kickliter, Annette E., 24 Beach Dr. N., St. Petersburg 2-28-51 

Kicklighter, C. J., 17 E. Duval St., Jacksonville 7-8-52 

Kicklighter, Peggy P., 19 E. Duval St., Jacksonville 6-24-52 

Kicliter, Ernest E., 907 Citrus Ave., Ft. Pierce 6-14-52 

Kiel, George A., Hillsboro Club, Pompano Beach 12-21-52 

Kiker, Fred, P.O. Box 2040, Daytona Beach 2-18-52 

Kilbourne, Fred W., 823 Daytona, Holly Hill 9-22-52 

Kilgore, Ernestine D., Mannville 9-22-52 

Kilian, Fred J., 103 8th St., Pass-A-Grille Beach 2-14-51 

Killian, A. W., 500 Ballough Rd., Daytona Beach 4-3-51 

Killian, Pearl M., R.F.D. Box 21-A, Delray Beach 5-29-52 

Killian, Virginia, 910 N. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach 8-2-51 

Killilae, Marie R., P.O. Box 1997, Jacksonville 8-1-51 

Kilmurray, Russell E., 325 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 2-6-52 

Kilpatrick, Dicie H., 719 Harmon Ave., Panama City 8-18-52 

Kilpatrick, Irene B., Box 306, Brooksville 8-20-51 

Kilpatrick, Wm., Box 607, Boynton Beach 11-13-52 

Kilworth, May, 3537 Royal Palm Ave., Miami 10-27-51 

Kimball, Estelle, 12530 N.E. 7th Ave., North Miami 5-12-52 

Kimbell, C. G., 1223 Mitchell Ave., Tallahassee 3-13-51 

Kimberl, W. C, Jr., 751 W. Jordan St., Pensacola 9-29-52 

Kimble, Jean M., 746 Osceola St., Sarasota 6-16-52 

Kimbro, Howard E., 1101 N. Corry St., Pensacola 8-18-52 

Kime, Robert Clay, Box 2413, Palm Beach 1-2-51 

Kimmel, Arthur A., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-19-51 

Kimmel, C. D. (Mrs.), 2211 14th St., Bradenton 5-14-51 

Kimmel, F. H. (Miss) , 5 Renuart Arcade Bldg., Coral Gables..2-17-51 

Kimmel, Marvin L., 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-1-51 

Kimpel, E. B., 301 38th St., St. Petersburg 10-24-52 

Kinard, K. R., 137 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 3-28-51 

Kinard, Reba, 7363 Wilder Ave., Jacksonville 1-29-52 

Kincaid, Harry G., P.O. Box 4577, Jacksonville 2-13-51 

Kincaid, Marion T., Box 3716, Daytona Beach 10-28-52 

Kincaid, M. L. (Mrs.) , 2340 S.W. 10th St., Miami 12-29-51 

Kincaid, Norman H., 3648 Oak St., Jacksonville 2-5-51 

Kindel, Hilma Hall, 107 E. Central Ave., Warrington 3-12-52 

Kinder, Irving W., 503 S.W. 16th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 10-31-52 

Kindred, Delia M., Box 32, Safety Harbor 5-22-52 

Kindred, H. M., Box 32, Safety Harbor 10-20-52 

Kindt, C. Roy., 725 S. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 6-25-52 

Kindt, Earl S., Box 238, Sta. A., St. Petersburg 2-28-51 

Kindt, N. U., Box 644, Ocala 6-30-52 

King, Alberta B., 2820 20th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-24-52 

King, C. E., Jr., 909 Lynch St., Pensacola 11-12-52 

King, Clarkie, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-19-51 

King, D. C, 411 Upland Rd., West Palm Beach 10-29-51 

King, Dorothy C, 4351 N.W. 25th Ave., Miami 11-29-51 

King, E.E., Box 137, Goulds 1-16-51 

King, Earl L., 552 Hialeah Dr., Hialeah 7-27-51 

King, Eugenia W., 1509 Proctor St., Tallahassee 4-28-52 



482 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



King 



Frances. 914 McDonald St., Lakeland 12-13-52 



King. George L., Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton 4-7-51 

King, Harriett S., 1st Atlantic Natl. Bank, Daytona Beach. ...3-17-52 

King, Helen S., Box 441. Ocala 1-17-51 

King, Jacob Alexander, 407 10th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg. .8-16-51 

King, James D.. Jr., Box 125, New Smyrna Beach 7-16-52 

King, J. E.. Rt. 1, Box 96, Winter Haven 10-6-51 

King, John C, 305 Franklin St., Tampa 12-27-51 

King, Joyce, Box 635, Stuart 2-13-51 

King, Judy, Blount Bldg., Pensacola 7-3-52 

King, Julia W., 552 Hialeah Dr., Hialeah 9-5-51 

King, Lilly M., Hibiscus Apts.. West Palm Beach 2-28-51 

King, Louis P., 5711 N.W. 1st Place. Miami 2-28-52 

King, Louis W., 700 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 6-11-51 

King, Mabel, Box 990, Bradenton 1-10-52 

King, Margaret K., Box 51, Alachua 1-10-51 

King, Marie A., Box 857, Belle Glade 7-11-51 

King. Mary, P.O. Box 2467, Tampa 3-6-52 

King, Mary Logan, 914 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach ...9-24-51 

King, Mildred, Court House, Tallahassee 12-3-51 

King, Mildred A., 113 E. University Ave., Gainesville 5-10-51 

King. Myrtle Y., Box 67, Tarpon Springs 11-10-52 

King, P. H., 611 N.E. 14th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-2-52 

King, V. H., Palmetto 7-10-51 

King, Virginia, Rt. 1, Box 1030. Hialeah 4-14-52 

King Wanda H.. P.O. Box 720, Jacksonville 2-15-52 

King, Wm. K., Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-13-51 

Kingan, Bella H., P.O. Box 1204, Eustis 8-13-51 

Kingry, C. W., 1908 E. Moreno St., Pensacola 1-16-51 

Kingry, David O, 1218 E. Cross St., Pensacola 4-8-52 

Kingry, Fred A., Marianna 5-14-51 

Kingsley, Lorraine C, 901 Tangier St., Coral Gables 6-25-52 

Kingston, R. G., Kingston Motors, Ft. Myers 3-8-51 

Kingston. W. W., 1309 E. 19th St., Jacksonville 12-30-51 

Kinman. Frances, 807 W. Adams St.. Jacksonville 3-8-51 

Kinnaird, Ruth H., 630 N.W. 54th St., Miami 10-15-52 

Kinsey, Madeline. 871 S.E. 1st St., Hialeah 12-17-51 

Kinsey, Mae, 6 Forrest Ave.. Cocoa 7-24-52 

Kinsey, Ulysses B., 715 Douglas Ave., West Palm Beach 11-1-51 

Kinsey, Victor, 945 30th St., West Palm Beach 9-29-52 

Kinsler, Carmen, 718 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-15-51 

Kinzie, Rebecca B., 1617 Linhart Ave., Ft. Myers 11-8-51 

Kiplinger, H. M., 9908 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 3-28-52 

Kirby. Audrey V., Live Oak 11-28-51 

Kirby, Fred J., P.O. Box 10042, Tampa 11-1-51 

Kirby, Jerry E., 210 W. Osborne Ave., Tampa 7-31-52 

Kirby. W. B.. 532 12th St. W., Bradenton 3-22-51 

Kirchhaine. Alba. Box 746. Cedar Key 6-9-52 

Kirchen. Eva, P.O. Box 325, Largo 3-13-52 

Kirchheiner. J. Otto, P.O. Box 835, Key West 7-24-51 

Kirchmaier, J. M.. 117 S. Baylen St., Pensacola 10-31-51 

Kirchmann, Anne A.. Box 126, Belle Glade 11-26-52 

Kirchner, Alice F., 221 W. Church St., Orlando 11-26-51 

Kirk. Elsie L., P.O. Box 872, Winter Haven 6-14-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 483 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Kirk, H. E., Box 601, Palm Beach 11-1-52 

Kirk, James E., Box 2510, Sarasota 4-20-52 

Kirk, Loraine, 1810 9th Ave. W., Bradenton 3-8-51 

Kirk, R. F., 2099 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 5-10-51 

Kirk, Sidney W., 9624 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 6-12-52 

Kirkland, J. C. (Mrs.), Box 94, Midway 10-14-52 

Kirkland, J. D., Jr., Box 1190, Plant City 4-2-51 

Kirkpatrick, J. W., 31 N. Main St., Gainesville 7-8-52 

Kirksey, William E., 109 W. Flora St., Tampa 5-21-52 

Kirkwood, Marion J., Box 347-K, Rt. 1, West Palm Beach 6-21-51 

Kirtley, James D., 1610 Congress Bldg., Miami 11-19-51 

Kirtsinger, C. C, Chattahoochee 7-6-52 

Kiser, William L., 2911 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 5-15-51 

Kissinger, Clyde M., 13231 Gulf Lane, Madiera Beach 7-11-52 

Kissinger, Kathleen M., Fla. Power Bldg., St. Petersburg 9-24-51 

Kistler, W. J., P.O. Box 1146, Eustis 3-18-52 

Kitchel, Louise D., 326 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach 11-14-51 

Kitchen, Harriet Faye, 5401 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 4-10-52 

Kitchen, J. L., P.O. Drawer I, West Bay Annex, Jacksonville. .4-14-51 

Kitchens, J. P., 136 W. Central Ave., Orlando 5-9-52 

Kitchin, Esther B., Rt. 1, Apopka 11-17-52 

Kite, Geo. E., 4 Washington St. Arcade, Orlando 1-30-52 

Kite-Powell, Rufus B., MR2, Little Gandy, Gainesville 1-29-51 

Kite, W. E., Sr., 1107 N.W. 31st St., Miami 8-16-52 

Klare, Clara B., 1021 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-24-51 

Klein, Donald R., 927 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 8-13-51 

Klein, Doris Janet, 200 S.W. 19th Ave., Miami 11-10-52 

Klein, Fannye L., 1803 S.W. 8th St., Miami 10-30-52 

Klein, Gerald J., 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-20-52 

Klein. Harvey R., 702 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 5-17-51 

Klein, Irma K., 9517 Harding Ave., Surfside, Miami Beach .3-12-51 

Klein, J. J., 3661 W. Flagler St., Miami 35 1-25-52 

Klein, M. L., 911 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 4-2-52 

Klein, M. S., P.O. Box 2404, Ft. Lauderdale 1-13-52 

Klein, Maurice, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-5-51 

Kleiner, Morris, 257 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 39 12-4-52 

Kleinman, B. H, 30 S. Shore Drive, Miami Beach 7-19-51 

Kleinman, Daniel, 1244 S.W. 5th St., Miami 4-16-52 

Kleinman, Jessie D., Box 103, Titusville 12-6-52 

Klenke, Dorothy I., 705 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 32 9-22-52 

Kligman, Eugene Joseph, 1454 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 6-21-52 

Kline, Helen, 929 S.W. 20th St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-3-52 

Kline, Roy H, 2110 N. Lincoln Ave., Tampa 1-12-51 

Klueppelberg, Kathleen H, P.O. Box 89, Ft. Pierce 10-13-52 

Klug, Harry, c/o Miami Daily News, P.O. Box 2410, Miami 30. ...2-7-51 

Kluger, Minnie, 31 N.E. 17th St., Miami 8-9-51 

Kneale, M. L., 44 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami 2-26-52 

Knecht, Marian S., Box 1, Palm Bay 10-15-52 

Knecht, Mary L., Box 301, Melbourne 5-2-51 

Knee, Goldie, Orange Lake 5-9-52 

Kneece, Monroe N., P.O. Box 802, Panama City 8-1-51 

Kneeland, Helen S., 6302 S.W. 44th St., Miami 43 9-27-52 

Kneibler, Arthur Wm.. 3737 N.W. 20th Court, Miami 1-30-52 

Knickerbocker, Betty R., 445 Laurina St., Glynlea Park 

Jacksonville 4-18-51 



484 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Knight, Anne H., 608 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 6-30-51 

Knight, C. L., 1308 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 9-17-51 

Knight, D. H., Box 53, Eaton Park 10-9-52 

Knight, Dorothea L., 3366 Lakeshore Blvd., Jacksonville 12-11-52 

Knight, E. M., P.O. Box 1420, Lakeland 8-10-51 

Knight, F. C, P.O. Box 982, Panama City 8-13-51 

Knight, Frances A., 769 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 1-24-52 

Knight, Frances S., 1114 Grand Central, Tampa 10-16-51 

Knight, G. A., 2742 N.W. 35th St., Miami 5-29-52 

Knight, George L., 1006 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami. .5-12-52 

Knight, J. E., P.O. Box 230, Plant City 1-20-52 

Knight, James, 228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-18-52 

Knight, Lela E., Box 387, Tampa 1-10-52 

Knight, Ramona, c/o Bd. of Public Instruction, Courthouse Bldg., 

Key West 4-5-51 

Knight, Robert S., 4901 E. Broadway, Tampa 2-9-51 

Knight, Sallie, 464 Main St., Sarasota 7-19-51 

Knight, Sara W., Box 462, Melbourne 8-16-52 

Knight, Thelma, 808 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg. .11-23-51 

Knight, Thomas H., 1114 Grand Central, Tampa 10-16-51 

Knight. Walter J., c/o Knight's Trailer Service, 

3351 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-15-51 

Knoll, Florence, 340 DeLeon Dr., Miami Springs 1-10-52 

Knott, James, P.O. Box 202, Jacksonville Beach 2-14-52 

Knott. Ruth A., Rm. 150, Aviation Bldg., 3240 N.W. 27th Ave., 

Miami 42 2-28-51 

Knotts. Norma M., Yankeetown 8-13-51 

Knowles, Gertrude M., 1840 Laura St., Jacksonville 1-8-51 

Knowles, Gordon B., Jr., P.O. Box 469, Bradenton 3-7-51 

Knowles, Ila, 19 S.W. 38th Court, Miami 10-19-51 

Knox, Alma, 515 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 7-21-52 

Knuck, Francis X., 1104 Court House, Miami 5-26-52 

Knudsen, Arthur K., Jr., Box 1306, Ft. Myers 7-30-51 

Knuth, William C, 115 N.E. 14th St., Miami 9-18-51 

Koch, Evelyn M., 370 Opa Locka Blvd., Miami 38 2-15-52 

Koch, John S., 7 Parks' Bldg., Delray Beach 12-12-52 

Koch. Robert R., P.O. Box 2528, Orlando 10-4-51 

Koehl, J. F., Box 262, West Palm Beach 4-16-51 

Koenig, Dorothy T., P.O. Box 5114, Gulfport 9-2-52 

Kogler, Charles V., 7500 Pass a Grille Way, St. Petersburg.. ..8-26-52 

Kolbe, L. F., P.O. Box 1125, Miami 7 12-1-51 

Kolby. Thelma S., 1457 Miami Rd., Jacksonville 7 8-27-51 

Koleda, Peter, 4635 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville 11-7-52 

Kolton, V. J., 7541 N.E. 3rd Place, Miami 38 5-19-52 

Konen, Magdalene, c/o Bennett Agency, Inc., 

Florida Power Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-19-51 

Koons, Dorothy B., 1286 Cumberland Rd., Jacksonville 7-14-52 

Kooy, Gerard D., 2507 Gray St., Tampa 6-13-51 

Kopen. Mabel S., c/o Landefeld & Kerr, Attorneys 

P.O. Bex 1045, Hollywood 7-12-51 

Kopp, Jule 1756 N.W. 19th Terr., Miami 1-18-51 

Koppitz. Barbara, 725 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 12-22-52 

Kopplow, R. E., 910 E. 39th Place, Hialeah 10-6-51 

Kordek, Mary Jo. c/o Lanaham Lumber Co., 

P.O. Box 1679, Jacksonville 6-18-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 485 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Koren, Donald R., 6845 Bay Dr., Miami Beach 11-16-52 

Kornberg, David, Jr., 5351 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 5-21-51 

Kornstein, Samuel, 821 S.W. 23rd Ave., Miami 3-21-52 

Korray, Julian M., 1365 N.E. 132nd St., North Miami 10-4-52 

Kortsch, Paul J., 180 30th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-9-52 

Kosch, Walter G., St., 6600 54th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-8-52 

Koshiol, Olga M., P.O. Box 1257, Miami Shores 38 7-10-51 

Kosiner. Sam, 2210 Hendry St., Ft. Myers 10-15-51 

Kossoff, Irving, 4444 N. Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 12-18-52 

Kostik, Robert, 1253 La Mancha Ave., Coral Gables 10-10-51 

Kotosky, Emily R., 300 3rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-9-52 

Kotte, John A., 3rd Floor 1st Federal Bldg., Miami 32 11-28-52 

Kovacs, Elinore C, 604 N. State Road No. 7, West Hollywood .6-18-51 

Kovas, Molly D., 1337 N.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-19-52 

Kovner, Walter C, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10-26-52 

Kraemer, Jack, 525 Davis St., Jacksonville 12-18-52 

Kraemer, Walter H., 4012 Central Ave., Tampa 1-16-52 

Kraft, Margaret F., 430 N.W. 5th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-18-52 

Krainson, Albert, P.O. Box 588, South Miami 43 3-2-51 

Krainson, Dorothy, P.O. Box 588, South Miami 43 3-2-51 

Kramer, Mildred, Box 3280, Miami 8-28-52 

Kramer, Paul H., 3031 Stanford Road, West Palm Beach 2-8-52 

Kransby, J. J., Jr., 6806 Dixon Ave., Tampa 4.... 7-17-51 

Krantz, Martha M., 1101 N.W. 140th St., Miami 11-18-52 

Kratish, Sam, 3212 N.W. River Drive, Miami 6-19-51 

Krause, Gertrude, Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 3-19-52 

Krause, Ruth E., Rt. 1, Box 371 R, North Miami 5-19-52 

Krausi, Ruth H., 37 E. 3rd Court, Panama City 10-21-51 

Krebs, Edmund L., P.O. Box 7071, Tampa 6-7-51 

Kreigsman, A. O., Jr., 327 Lakeview Ave., Eustis 3-12-51 

Kremer, Marguerite, 1262 S.W. 21st St., Miami 2-1-52 

Krentzman, Ben, Box 331, Clearwater 1-15-51 

Kretchman, Frank O., 1750 Forrest Road, Winter Park 9-18-51 

Krewerth, Otto, 5166 S.W. 8th St., Coral Gables 11-24-52 

Krick, A. H., 1310 Wisteria Ave., Warrington 8-13-51 

Krick. George W., Rt. 1, Box 449, Military Trail, 

West Palm Beach 8-6-51 

Krick, William B., 375 Lytle St., West Palm Beach 1-16-52 

Kriedelkamp, Naomi J., c/o T. & V. Trailer Sales, 

600 New Warrington Road, Pensacola 11-10-52 

Kriens, H. M., 1745 Main St., Jacksonville 10-24-51 

Krietemeyer, Allie Mae W., Box 1052, Ocala 7-30-51 

Krigline. Edmund G., 1070 Sultan Ave., Opa Locka 3-30-51 

Krischer. Alma G., Star Rt. Box 63, Myrtle Grove 11-17-52 

Kritz, Robert A., c/o Powell Motor Co., Ft. Lauderdale 10-23-52 

Krogel, Rose Amelia, Box 803, Apopka 10-25-51 

Krolick. Norman, 2285 S.W. 27th St., Miami 2-19-51 

Kronenberg, Dorothy, 108 N. Franklin St., Tampa 7-16-52 

Kroupa. Alfred A., 7104 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-7-52 

Krug, Julia G., 410 29th Ave. N., St. Peterburg 7-2-52 

Krug, Marion P., 13630 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami 38 3-5-51 

Krug, Verna J., 124 1st St., Haines City 11-5-52 

Krul, Philip F., Munson 1-2-52 

Krumholz, Isidore, 309 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-19-51 



486 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Kudra, Mildred, 625 Fee Ave., Melbourne 10-29-51 

Kuehne, Irene P., 1525 28th Ave. S.. St. Petersburg 4-30-52 

Kuenzil, Mrs Charles H., 656 1st St. N., St. Petersburg 2-20-52 

Kugelman. D. Jack, P.O. Box 1630, Pensacola 10-10-51 

Kuhl, G. H., 220 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 9-22-52 

Kuhl, R. C, P.O. Box 96, Boca Grande 1-10-52 

Kuhn. Ed. L.. 114 S. Palmetto Ave., Daytona Beach 1-22-52 

Kuhn. Margaret, c/o Stockton. Whatley. Davin & Co., 

100 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 5-2-51 

Kuhn, Richard P., 16301 Gulf Blvd., Gulf Beaches 

St. Petersburg 1-14-52 

Kulchin, Esther, 553 N.W. 1st St., Miami 5-12-52 

Kumick, Albert W., 615 Eagle Lake Dr., St. Petersburg 4-23-52 

Kummer, A. J., 13th Floor, Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami. .5-30-51 

Kundig. Frances J., 2512 N. "A" St., Tampa 3-7-52 

Kunsman, C. E., 500 Laura St., Jacksonville 9-11-51 

Kunz. Ruth B.. Box 54, Princeton 10-17-52 

Kurtz, L. S., 234 Biscayne Blvd., Room 311, Miami 5-17-52 

Kurtz, Robert E.. 808 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 32. .2-4-52 

Kurz. Karl E., Box 2505, Jacksonville 3 7-19-52 

Kusel, Henry, 2302 Massachusetts Ave., Tampa 9-14-52 

Kuster, Charles S.. 1626 19th Place, Vero Beach 1-18-51 

Kwart. Helen, c/o Brown & Koller, 811 duPont Bldg., 

Miami 32 11-17-52 

Kwart, Herbert J., 531 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-7-52 

Kwatcher, Rose A., c/o Sanford Kay Construction Co., 

420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 4-13-51 

Kwiatkowski. Edward J., 610 V 2 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-25-52 

Kyle, J. C, 1301 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 5-27-52 

Kyle, S. A., 17 W. Union St., Jacksonville 2-3-51 

Kynes, Kathryn D., 320 N.E. 5th St., Miami 12-5-52 

Kyrzakos, R., 185 S. Central Ave.. Bartow 3-31-52 

Kyser, Casper C, 4914 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 9-18-52 

Kyser. Joyce, 1611 E. Blount St., Pensacola 2-3-51 

Kyzer. W. C, 5929 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 38 11-6-52 

La Barbera, Fannie, 2512 Parkland Blvd., Tampa 6-19-52 

LaBauve. A. H., 235 W. 5th St., Jacksonville 11-18-52 

LaBaw, R. A., Box 309. West Palm Beach 2-11-52 

LaByer, Ross, San Pedro & State Hwy. 27, Clewiston 8-30-51 

Labrador. A. M., 10052 N.W. 29th Ave., Miami 6-28-51 

Lacy, George J.. 5135 Knox Rd., Jacksonville 12-6-52 

Lacey, Wm., P.O. Box 577, Ocala 10-22-51 

Lachmann. Roslyn, 320 W. 24th St., Miami Beach 10-1-51 

Laciar. Ruth, 123 Salamanca Ave., Coral Gables 3-1-52 

Lackey, S. R.. 619 Indiana Ave., St. Cloud 11-18-51 

Lackey, T. L., 824 N .Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 2-20-52 

Lackland, Tom E., 2340 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 8-1-52 

lackland, W. B., Box 568, DeLand 11-5-51 

Ladnier, Louise. Box 685, Pensacola 4-11-51 

Lado, J., 3333 Henderson Blvd.. Tampa 5-6-52 

La Fever, Louis J., Rt. 3, Milton 2-6-51 

Lagois, Jean, 27 Lord Arcade, Sarasota 7-26-52 

Lahrman, W. O., P.O. Box 630, DeLand 9-4-51 

Laiken. Leonard, 6161 S.W. 10th St., Miami 5-14-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 487 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lain, Norman D., Box 1109, Tampa 1-20-51 

Laing, Wm„ 37 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 6-10-51 

Laird. Angus, 307 Administration Bldg., Tallahassee 1-5-51 

Laird, D. C, P.O. Box 742, Lakeland 4-10-52 

Laird, Ella Mae, Rt. 6, Box 127-A, Tallahassee 10-28-52 

Laird, Lynn, 220 Civic Bldg.. Miami 9-18-52 

La Katos, William, 285 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-2-52 

Lake, A. E., 1226 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 2-16-52 

Lake, Daphne E., 1024 E. Comanche Ave., Tampa 3-27-52 

Lake, Evelyn M., 101 E. Ave., Clearwater 2-4-52 

Lake, Hymen, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1-7-52 

Lakin, Leslie B., 420 N.E. 14th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-22-52 

Lamb, Agnes, 309 W. Frances Ave., Tampa 2-15-52 

Lamb, Edgar C, Box 192, Cocoa 5-9-52 

Lamb, F. O., Box 310, Sta. A, St. Petersburg 7-27-51 

Lamb, Helen C, P.O. Box 4099, Jacksonville 10-25-51 

Lamb, Lillian A., Box 234, Boca Raton 6-23-52 

Lamb, T. W., P.O. Box 1237, Lake Alfred 9-10-51 

Lambert, Christine, P.O. Box 155, Live Oak 8-21-51 

Lambert, Earl L., Box 29, Tallahassee 7-22-51 

Lambert, L. E., Jr., 133 S.E. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-52 

Lambert, Quentin, 1845 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 8-5-52 

Lambrecht, Geo. J., 627 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-19-52 

LaMar, Evelyn, 1001 Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 6-18-51 

Lambert, Rolande, Sunset Hotel, St. Petersburg 2-8-51 

LaMee, William S., Jr., P.O. Box 5511, Jacksonville 5-12-52 

Lamon, James P., Box 703, Palatka 6-30-52 

Lampkin, F. W., 129 15th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach 9-3-52 

Lampman, Grace A., 6009 Florida Ave., Tampa 9-12-51 

Lampp, A. Stanley, Box 263, Englewood 11-26-52 

Lampp, H. H., P.O. Box 2762, Tampa 9-12-51 

Lamson, Herbert, 303 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 8-16-51 

Lancaster, Flossie P., 1735 N.W. 32nd St., Miami 8-15-52 

Lancaster, Norma M., Mayo 7-14-52 

Lancaster, Ollie, Jr., 709 V2 Main St., Daytona Beach 5-1-52 

Lance, Jackson L., 56 6th St. S., St. Petersburg 3-13-52 

Lance, Ray O., 2791 N.W. 79th St., Miami 2-14-52 

Land, David F., Jr., 2451 Allen St., Ft. Myers 5-31-52 

Land, Edith B., Box 2190, Sarasota 5-25-51 

Land, Mildred, Box 141, Live Oak 3-5-51 

Land, Pauline, P.O. Box 2544, West Palm Beach 9-18-51 

Landen, Maurice E., 2126 A. Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 2-15-51 

Lander, Edward A., 1362 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 3-17-52 

Landress. Louise, 75 W. Imogene, Arcadia 9-17-51 

Landrum, Kate C, 229 N. Barcelona St., Pensacola 2-19-51 

Landry, Ann B., P.O. Box 668, Miami 3-29-51 

Landry, Henry A., 1214 N.W. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 8-4-52 

Landry, Hilton J., 6365 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-1-52 

Landt, Mary W., 746 N. Newberry, Ocala 8-9-52 

Land, A. D., 3611 Florida Ave., Tampa 10-1-52 

Lane, Edward F., P.O. Box 329, Sanford 8-17-52 

Lane, Gertrude, 3550 Brentwood Ave., Jacksonville 10-23-52 

Lane, Ida Mae, P.O. Box 427, Dade City 12-27-51 

Lane, Leuna, 613 9th St. W., Bradenton 3-17-52 



488 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lane, Mae Alice, University of Miami, Box 428, 

Coral Gables, Univ. Br 4-16-52 

Lane, Mary L. B., 4742 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-8-52 

Lane, N. E., P.O. Box 716, DeLand 3-5-51 

Lane, Richard M., Milton 7-24-52 

Lane, Roger D., 1520 N.E. 142nd St., North Miami 7-22-52 

Lane, William M., Box 4459, Jacksonville 7-23-51 

Lang, B. T., 625 14th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 6-28-51 

Lang, Catherine V., 804 N.E. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 4-3-52 

Lang, Edna C, Rt. 1, Box 181A, DeLand 12-28-51 

Lang, James T., 126 33rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-17-51 

Lang, Miller, Trenton 6-10-52 

Lang, Murry J., 1670 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 3-14-52 

Lang, Norma E., 952 Wyomina St., Ocala 10-13-52 

Lange, Gladys R., 570 N.E. 68th St., Miami 11-2-51 

Langer, Marshall Jay, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 3-19-51 

Langford, A. E., Jr., Box 2188, Pensacola 4-18-51 

Langford, A. P., P.O. Box 6, Frostproof 7-7-51 

Langford. Fred R., 718 Broadway, Daytona Beach 9-10-51 

Langford, Homer, Jr.. Box 54, DeFuniak Springs _ 5-28-52 

Langford, Joyce, 6411 2nd St. N.W., Miami 7-13-51 

Langford, Madeline, P.O. Box 403, Lakeland 6-25-51 

Langford, William W., 1195 Ellison Dr., Pensacola 5-3-51 

Langley, E. W., P.O. Box 1713, Hollywood 6-28-51 

Langley, Marian C, P.O. Box 1713, Hollywood 1-31-52 

Langley, R. B., 1926 N.E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-7-51 

Langran, Margaret, 333 N.E. 13th St., Miami 7-25-51 

Langston, B. G., P.O. Box 586, Lakeland 3-1-51 

Langston, B. J., Box 586, Lakeland 4-14-52 

Langston, C. A., P.O. Box 2319, W. Bay Sta., Jacksonville.. .9-25-51 

Langston, J. E., Box 391, Greenville 4-17-51 

Langston, Nellie, Box 1221, Trenton 10-30-52 

Lanston, Thomas M., Box 586, Lakeland 11-12-52 

Langwish, E. A., 711 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg 10-25-51 

Langworthy, Helen S., 265 Brookline Ave., Daytona Beach. ...5-17-51 

Lanier, Arlou L., Sneads 8-14-51 

Lanier, Dorothy Wynn, Box 488, Avon Park 10-21-52 

Lanier, E. U., 5355 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-30-51 

Lanier, Gayle, 1st Natl. Bank, Orlando 8-6-52 

Lanier, Iris R., 425 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 3-11-52 

Lanier. James C, Jr., 606 Oak St., Auburndale 12-15-52 

Lanier, Leila N., 2144 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-28-52 

Lanier, Maxine W., P.O. Box 2347. Tampa 6-14-51 

Lankford, E. B., Box 875, Panama City 8-16-52 

Lankford, J. M., P.O. Box 6446, Clewiston 5-31-51 

Lankford, Mary W., 1300 Georgia Blvd., Orlando 7-3-51 

Lankford, W. Clyde, 220 E. New York, DeLand 7-6-51 

Lanphere, C. Jane, P.O. Box 977, Coral Gables 12-7-51 

Lantz, Jeanette M., 940 N.E. 121st St., Miami 2-29-52 

Lantz, Louise, 1550 N.E. 128th St., North Miami 1-31-51 

Lapham, Walter I., 4654 Polaris St., Jacksonville 3-1-52 

LaPia, Raymond U., 309V2 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 5-18-52 

Lapota, Adelaide R., 4701 N. Hubert St., Tampa 12-18-52 

Lappington, G. L., P.O. Box 590, Pensacola 9-27-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 489 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lappington, Irma, 15 E. Brainard St., Pensacola 4-26-51 

Largel, Mary, 1305 N. 22nd St., Tampa 6-18-51 

Larkin, John T., 1101 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 1-5-51 

Larkins, Jane, P.O. Box 912, South Miami 9-17-51 

Larrick, Mildred, P.O. Box 122, Lake Harbor 2-17-51 

LaRocca. Sarah, Box 5384, Daytona Beach 5-15-51 

LaRoche, Mary Barbara, 601 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami 11-13-52 

LaRoue, Blanche L., 4048 N.W. 24th Ave., Miami 7-18-52 

Larrivee, Marie T., 504 Live Oak Ave., Daytona Beach 10-6-52 

LaRue, B. M. (Mrs.) , 920 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 6-12-51 

La Sauce, Irene, 533 Gilmore St., Jacksonville 10-19-51 

Laschower, Jeanette R., 815 S.W. 28th Rd., Miami 9-18-52 

Lashar, Lavonne LaDue, 419 Donnelly St., Mt. Dora 2-19-51 

Laskey, A. J., 3371 S.W. 16th Terrace, Miami 7-28-52 

Lasley, James T., 514 Lafayette St., Jacksonville 11-6-51 

Iassa, William R., 21 S.E. 9th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-11-52 

Lasserre, C. W. (Mrs.), Box 498, Fernandina 6-8-51 

Lasseter, Barbara K., 1399 N.W. 27th St., Miami 11-28-52 

Lasseter, M. R., P.O. Box 3821, Miami 12-8-51 

Lassing, C. H., Box 323, St. Petersburg 4-9-52 

Lastinger, William E., Box 124, Eagle Lake 6-18-51 

Laterriere, Doris A., 410 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 5-22-51 

Latham, Raymond M., 761 Caliph St., Opa-Locka 10-1-51 

Lathero, Sylvia R., 203 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 8-21-51 

Lathinghouse, Ethel. DeFuniak Springs 9-5-52 

Lathrop, Elizabeth M., 33 S.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 10-19-52 

Latimer. Elizabeth O, P.O. Box 3413, Orlando 10-25-51 

Latimer, Starr B., 41 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 3-8-51 

La Tour, Sara, 538 W St.. Daytona Beach 6-7-51 

Latsbaugh, H. P.. 9309 9th St., Tampa 6-19-52 

Latta, Anna M., 320 N. Main St., Orlando 7-2-51 

Latterner, Edward D., 1628 N.W. South River Drive, Miami.. .7-18-51 

Laub, Sam, 624 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 1-8-52 

Launey, Pen E., 3905 Kensington Ave., Tampa 4-23-52 

Lavan, Vernie S., P.O. Box 3007, Jacksonville 7-30-51 

Lavelle, Roland J., 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-1-51 

LaVoie, Clemence E., 620 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-16-51 

La Voie. Edward H., 1145 19th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 7-10-51 

Lavoie, Hector Sheppard, 3236 Mabry Terrace, Jacksonville. .10-15-51 

Law, Marie H., 203 S.E. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-16-51 

Lawler, Samuel S., Jr., 1386 MacArthur St., Jacksonvillle 7-2-52 

Lawrence, D. E., Heintzelman Motors, Inc., Daytona Beach.. ..12-17-51 

Lawrence, Ellie S., 219 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 8-18-51 

Lawrence, G. E., Grand Ridge 11-15-51 

Lawrence, Helen, 804 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-22-52 

Lawrence. H. S., 12485 N.E. 6th Ave., North Miami 7-16-51 

Lawrence, L. R., 1408 S.W. 2nd Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 8-1-51 

Lawrence, Mary, 1 N.E. 1st St., Miami 4-2-52 

Lawrence, Randolph D., 3192 N.W. 36th St.. Miami 5-5-51 

Lawson, Ben, 3917 N. Meridian, Miami Beach 8-16-51 

Lawson, Harriett, P.O. Box 29, Ft. Lauderdale 10-28-51 

Lawson, Rose L., 2162 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 12-20-51 

Lawson, Ruth E., Box 481, Boca Raton 9-16-52 

Lawton, Oliver, 135 Marine St., St. Augustine 12-14-51 



490 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Na?ne and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lawton, Robert T., 5625 S.W. 80th St., Miami 3-3-52 

Lawton, T. W., Courthouse, Sanford 1-19-51 

Layfield, Eva J., 125 W. State St., Jacksonville 8-29-52 

Laymon, Maymie B., RFD 3, Box 409, Orlando 3-19-51 

Layton, Paula V., Greensboro 1-17-51 

Lazar, Lawrence L., 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach v . .2-4-52 

Lazer, Harry Milton, 1560 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach 11-8-52 

Laznicka. Thelma L.. Claude Noland, Inc., Jacksonville 10-20-51 

laze, Iva, 1035 N.W. 83rd St., Miami 4-25-52 

Lazzara, Annie L., 1713 E. Broadway, Tampa 3-30-51 

Lazzara, Carmen, 1022 22nd Ave., Tampa 7-3-51 

Lea. Olga B., P.O. Box 4584, Jacksonville 6-8-51 

Lea, Robert E., 611 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 4-4-51 

Leach, James A., Box 726, Fernandina 3-27-51 

Leach. Louise F., c/o Mr. Ed Hemphill, Attorney 

Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 3-14-52 

Leader, George N., 975 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 4-23-51 

League, Frank E., 958 Mikael Ave., Jacksonville 5 6-24-52 

Leahy. Mary E., 201 E. Lemon St., Lakeland 6-9-51 

Leath. William B., 310 Harmon Ave., Panama City 4-16-51 

Leavengood, C. Richard, 655 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-28-51 

Leavins, Valine M., Santa Rosa 1-15-51 

Leavitt, Arthur H., 325 E. Oakdale Ave., DeLand 7-15-52 

Leavitt, James L., 222 S.E. 8th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-5-51 

Leavy, Yale M., 1672 N.W. 36th St., Miami 7-22-52 

LeBlanc, Everett P., 310 11th St., West Palm Beach 1-17-51 

Le Blanc, Philip P., 31st St. and 6th Ave.. Tampa 6-4-51 

Lebowitz, George, 74 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 2-23-51 

Lechner, Frank P., 9717 Carbondale Dr., Jacksonville 7-14-52 

Lechner, Lester, 1031 Main St., Jacksonville 8-13-52 

Lechner, Thomas, 820 Gardenia Lane, Jacksonville 7-28-52 

Lecky. B. Pearl, c/o C. A. Boswell, Box 239, Bartow 3-17-52 

Ledbetter, Frances M.. 207 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. ...10-29-51 

Leddy, Mary A., 851 S.W. 1st St., Miami 11-1-52 

Ledo, Siro. Jr., 2209 Riverside Dr., Tampa 2-23-52 

LeDuc, George A., 210 N.W. 27th Court, Miami 6-23-52 

Lee, Alice D., 3806 Orlando Circle W., Jacksonville 11-28-52 

Lee, Andy, 3546 N.W. 9th Court. Miami 9-29-51 

Lee, Anna Belle. 3105 Mitchell St., Tampa 3 5-14-51 

Lee, Chas. A., 3614 S. Manhattan, Tampa 3-2-51 

Lee. Dorothy E., Bo-x 1585, West Palm Beach 10-23-51 

Lee. Edward H.. 804 N. 17th Ave.. Pensacola 5-1-52 

Lee, Eleanore B., 807 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 2 3-25-51 

Lee, Evelyn, 326 N.W. 39th St., Miami 2-13-51 

Lee. F. H., P.O. Box 6, Miami Springs 7-2-51 

Lee, Frank A., 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 12-2-52 

Lee, Gordon H., 364 Sapelo, Jacksonville 5-1-51 

Lee, H. A., 28 E. Center St., Sebring 7-28-52 

Lee, Harry C, c/o Robinson-Starr, Inc., 312 Franklin St., 

Tampa 10-13-52 

Lee, Harry E.. 3010 N.W. 36th St., Miami 12-4-52 

Lee, Helen M., P.O. Box 1037, Delray Beach 5-2-52 

Lee, James A., Box 767, Starke 2-13-52 

Lee, J. Cail, 111 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 12-29-52 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 491 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lee, J.W., 1003 E. Brainard St., Pensacola 4-3-52 

Lee, John W., 401 Florida Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville 6-17-52 

Lee, Mary, 5222 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 7-20-51 

Lee, M. Donald, Box 615, Orlando 4-11-52 

Lee, Meredith H., 331 1st St., West Palm Beach 9-2-51 

Lee, R. E., P.O. Box 797, Delray Beach 11-2-51 

Lee, Richard H., 1301 Gunby Ave., Tampa 6 11-19-51 

Lee, Robert G., 3661 S.W. 18th Terrace, Miami 7-11-52 

Lee, Rosemary, Box 950, Lake City 7-9-52 

Lee, Scott M., 300 Tampa St., Rm. 150, Tampa 2 4-2-51 

Lee, Thomas E., Jr., 805 Pacific Bldg., Miami 32 5-2-51 

Lee, W. B., c/o Allapattah Motors. 2025 N.W. 36th St., 

Miami 7-17-52 

Lee, W. H., 234 Biscayne Blvd., c/o The Keyes Co., Realtors 

Miami 2-14-52 

Lee, Walter Thomas, 2063 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville 6 8-8-51 

Lee, Warren W., 7938 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami 1-15-51 

Lee, William E., Box 467, Clermont 7-30-51 

Lee, William P., Radio Station W L A K, Lakeland 1-30-52 

Lee, Wilma A., 2927 10th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-29-52 

Leeb, Howard, 2267 N.W. 36th St., Miami 4-17-52 

Leeds, Robert L., 305 Slater Bldg., Hollywood 10-15-51 

Leeper, Fannie Mae. 2234 N.W. 34th St., Miami 3-27-52 

Lefcoe, Edythe Wank. 2120 S.W. 21st St., Miami 3-21-51 

Lefevre. Mary L., Kathleen 7-28-52 

Lefkow, Paul, 1990 N.W. 7th St., Miami 2-7-51 

Lefkowitz, Herbert H., 1409 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 1-17-51 

Legere, Dorothy J., 337 Pilgrim Road, West Palm Beach 9-24-51 

Legido. Aldo, 139 N.E. 3rd Ave., Miami 6-14-51 

Legler, Bonnie J., Box 600, Jacksonville 1 11-4-52 

Lehman, Catherine S., P.O. Box 81, Cantonment 2-14-52 

Lehman, Elsie M., Box 524, Naples 6-14-51 

Lehman, Florence, 1901 N.W. 22nd St., Miami 1-9-51 

Lehrer, Jonas, P.O. Box 669, Belle Glade .....2-7-52 

Lehrman, Albert M., 600 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami 5-24-51 

Lehto, Charles J., 227 Fordham Drive, Lake Worth 1-31-52 

Leibovit, Arthur B., 403 N. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 7-12-51 

Leigh, James T., Box 520, Patrick Air Force Base, Cocoa 4-16-52 

Leigh, Joe C, 3625 7th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-2-52 

Leiner, Betty, 921 Barnett Bldg., c/o Mr. James H. O'Reilly, 

Jacksonville 2 11-26-51 

Leion, Robert, 2525 S.W. 8th St., Miami 35 3-26-51 

Leipertz. Violet V., 15648 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 1-24-52 

Leis, George W., 224 6th St. S.W., Winter Haven 2-19-51 

Leitheiser, Arthur G., Box 602, Clearwater 2-5-52 

Lelly, Charles C, 121 N. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce 8-18-52 

LeMan, Erma G., 167 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 10-29-52 

Lemb, Estelle, 629 Pinecrest Drive, Miami Springs 3-8-51 

Lemelman, David, 815 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-2-51 

Lemen, Clyde V., 202 S. 6th St., Palatka .5-11-51 

LeMieux, Harold J., 2421 N. 14th Ave., Pensacola 11-12-52 

Leming, Helen H., 1043 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 6-24-52 

Lemlich, Martin, 547-553 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-17-51 

Len, Margaret, 354 S.W. 6th St., Miami 5-14-51 



492 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Terra, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lencioni, R. F., 608 Kerneywood Dr., Lakeland 10-18-51 

Lenfestey, James A., 1212-13 Wallace "S" Bldg., 

608 Tampa St., Tampa 2 11-21-51 

Lenk, Helen G., P.O. Box 324, Princeton 4-28-52 

Lenkway, Kurt, 1022 N.W. 36th St., Miami 10-31-51 

Lennert, Mary, 1909 79th St. Causeway, Miami Beach 41 2-20-52 

Lennon, J. V., P.O. Box 4488, Jacksonville 2 9-10-52 

Leonard, Alice R., 1508 E. Powhatan, Tampa 2-5-51 

Leonard, Dorothy E.. 213 E. King St., Quincy 10-29-51 

Leonard, J. F., 118 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 1-8-52 

Leonard, Margaret K., c/o Waverly Growers Cooperative, 

Waverly 8-20-52 

Leonard, M. Y., 3305 S.W. 4th St., Miami 3-15-51 

Leonard, R. B., Jr., Box 799, Ft. Lauderdale 7-3-52 

Leonard, Rita, 8266 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 38 11-7-52 

Leonard, Robert J., 541 S.E. 2nd St., Hialeah 3-21-52 

Leonard, Syd, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 6-3-52 

Leonard, W. F., 118 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 6-20-51 

Leone, Martin, 243 N.E. 103rd St., Miami Shores 1-31-51 

Leopard, Paul E., 560 N.W. 47th St., Miami 37 9-25-52 

Lephfew, Richard, 2935 S.W. 38 Court, Miami 6-4-51 

Leppert, Grace, Box 966, Winter Haven 9-29-52 

Lerch, Xantha R., 1406 N. Garden Ave., Clearwater 6-18-51 

Lerdon, E., 260 6th St. N.W., Winter Haven 10-30-51 

Lerette, Earle J., 6217 S.W. 11th St., Miami 4-7-52 

LeRoy, E. C, 1005 26th Ave., Tampa 1 10-9-51 

LeRoy, Peter E., AAA Bldg., Biscayne Blvd. at 29th St., 

Miami 1-2-52 

Lersch, E. D., R.N., 106 W. Wright St. Pensacola 6-19-52 

Leschel, Herschel, c/o Luby Chevrolet Co., 

2300 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-5-51 

Leslie, Jeannette T., P.O. Box 275, Madison 7-20-51 

Lesser, David M., 224 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 10-1-51 

Lester, Alma B., 2116 Phyllis St., Jacksonville 4 1-21-52 

Lester, Lorene M., 2324 N.W. 35th St., Miami 42 7-19-51 

Lester, M. Ignatius, P.O. Box 691, Key West 7-23-52 

Lester, Raymond James, 822 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 8-13-51 

Lester, R. C, 2116 Phyllis St., Jacksonville 4 6-17-51 

Lester, William F., Box 71, Quincy 6-1-52 

Letcher, Jessie C, c/o Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

608 Tampa St., Tampa 4-26-51 

Le Tiecq, Ethel L., 2026 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 10-15-51 

Lett, Dorothy, c/o Brown & Dean, 511 Biscayne Bldg., Miami. ...3-6-51 

Letton, J. H., 5110 Branch Ave., Tampa 4 3-13-51 

Levasser, G. A., 281 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 1-8-51 

Levegood, Lynne L., 2155 S.W. 26th St., Miami 2-6-51 

Levenson, Emanuel. 1407 Biscayne Bldg.. Miami 8-23-51 

Levenson, George S., 610 W. 45th St., Miami Beach 2-4-52 

Levenson, Louis, Rt. 8, Box 453, Jacksonville 3-17-52 

Leverett, B. E., Box 323, Havana 3-25-52 

Leverette, F. B., P.O. Box 88, Perry 7-17-52 

Levesque, Victor J., Rt. 1, Box 160-B, Indian Rocks Beach, 

Largo 3-31-52 

Levin, Leon, 615 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-20-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 493 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Levin, Lillian, 936 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach 4-14-52 

Levine, David, 1415 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami... 11-3-52 

Levine, Evelyn, 1501 S.W. 21st Ave., Miami 4-3-52 

Levine, Jacqueline, 9333 Byron Ave., Surfside, Miami Beach. ...8-29-52 

Levine, Lester, 129 N.E. 1st St., Miami 10-13-52 

Levine, Stanley Joel, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 10-29-51 

Levine, Victor, 346 Seybold Bldg., Miami 7-19-52 

Levins, Sallie J., 722 N. Bronough St.. Tallahassee 10-31-52 

Levitov, Jacob, 1140 N.E. 135th St., North Miami 8-21-52 

Levitov, Sylvia, 1140 N.E. 135th St., North Miami 3-3-52 

Levitt, Ella L., 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 8-4-52 

Levriett, A. E., Box 3542, Sta. F, Jacksonville 4-26-51 

Levy, Bernard, 1344 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 9-29-52 

Levy, C. V., 1601 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-17-52 

Levy, Evelyn, 1203 W. 24th St., Jacksonville 4-9-52 

Levy, H. Irwin, P.O. Box 982, West Palm Beach 1-14-52 

Lewellen, Elizabeth, 1110 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 10-29-51 

Lewin, H. H., 319 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-23-52 

Lewin, Juanita, 700 N.E. 22nd Terrace, Miami 11-6-51 

Lewis, Agnes L., 114 N.E. 10th St., Gainesville 2-14-51 

Lewis, Annie Laurie, 611 E. Piatt St., Tampa 7-10-51 

Lewis, Avis C, Box 189, Milton 2-19-51 

Lewis, Betty, Box 808, Miami 2-27-52 

Lewis, Charles A., 316 Franklin St., Tampa 11-26-52 

Lewis, Charles A., P.O. Box 11, Florence Villa.. 2-20-51 

Lewis, C. P., 236 Bunkers Cove Rd., Panama City 5-17-52 

Lewis, Dorothy C, 12326 W. Dixie Hwy., North Miami 2-13-52 

Lewis, D. Robert, 921 duPont Bldg., Miami. 10-1-52 

Lewis, Earl L., Box 381, Milton 7-7-52 

Lewis, Elenor M., P.O. Box 72. Maitland 8-22-51 

Lewis, Elmira B., 27 Larmie St., Ft. Myers 5-12-52 

Lewis, Enoch W., P.O. Box 541, Sanford 10-31-51 

Lewis, Erma, Rt. 1, Box 355, Ft. Lauderdale 5-19-51 

Lewis, Gertrude, P.O. Box 365, Mount Dora 2-16-51 

Lewis, Giles F., Box 1335, Orlando 10-25-52 

Lewis, Gladys B., 918 S. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables 10-31-51 

Lewis, Gloria M., 253 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 11-13-51 

Lewis, Grace M., P.O. Box 210, Jacksonville 9-23-51 

Lewis, Halley B., Box 590, Arcadia 10-18-51 

Lewis, Harold K., 5012 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-12-52 

Lewis, Henry A., 724 Harmon Ave., Panama City 1-15-51 

Lewis, Jean B., 316 S. 4th St., Leesburg 5-4-51 

Lewis, John E. T., 6830 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 12-16-52 

Lewis, Kathleen J., Box 263, Gainesville 9-24-51 

Lewis, Lessie, 1139 Laura St., Jacksonville 10-28-52 

Lewis, Morris M., 841 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 1-17-52 

Lewis, Ovid G., Box 245. Starke 7-11-52 

Lewis, R. K., 644 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. 1-7-52 

Lewis, L. Kermit, P.O. Box 982, Pompano Beach 1-10-52 

Lewis, Ruth W., 311 W. Crest Ave., Tampa 6-5-51 

Lewis, Wayne I., 2415 N.W. 4th St., Miami 4-3-52 

Ley, Edward, P.O. Box 1608, Ft. Myers 4-2-52 

Leybourne, Aline C, 306 Florida Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville. .3-16-51 
Lezotte, Mabel R., Everglades 11-10-52 



494 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Libby, C. H., 3105 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-24-51 

Liberty, A. C, 902 Tampa St., Tampa 6-25-51 

Liberty, Borgia M., 1812 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-15-51 

Liddil, Dorothy L., Rt. 3, Box 416, Ft. Lauderdale 9-4-51 

Licata, Anthony J., 501 V 2 Franklin St., Tampa 7-22-52 

Lido, Jeane, P.O. Box 4373, Miami 11-27-51 

Iiebel. Jean B., Box 228, West Palm Beach 3-18-52 

Lieberman, Leon, 2248 S.W. 1st St., Miami 4-21-51 

Liebman, James David, 3043 S.W. 6th St., Miami 12-12-51 

Liebman, Seymour B., Suite 310, 350 Lincoln Rd., 

Miami Beach 5-24-51 

Light, Richard L., 7616 N.W. 30 Ave., Miami 7-5-51 

Lightholder, S. M., P.O. Box 4007, Miami Beach 5-21-52 

Ligon, Leland L., 855 N.W. 126th St.. North Miami 9-25-52 

Liguori. Michael, P.O. Box 97, Miami 9-12-52 

Liken, Aida E., Rt. 2, Box 73, Homestead 2-14-52 

Likens, O. L.. P.O. Box 1818. Hollywood 12-17-51 

Liles, Orison Marden, P.O. Box 1410, Tampa 7-3-52 

Liljegren. G., 469 N.W. 23rd Place. Miami 5-5-52 

Lillien, Samuel, 211 S.W. 10th St., Miami 3-22-51 

Lilliott, R. W., Box 63, Perry 12-23-52 

Lilly, A. L., 354 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-17-51 

Lima, Ines C, Box 5267, Tampa 11-18-52 

Limbric, Z. D., Jr., 756 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville 2-19-51 

Limia, Maria A., 940 11th Ave., Tampa 6-10-52 

Limmer, Frances W., P.O. Box 1135, Lake Alfred 3-13-51 

Lind, J. E., Land Title Co., Biscayne Bldg., Miami 2-8-51 

Lindberg, Francis L., 5184 Camille Ave., Jacksonville 7-7-52 

Lindberg, Franz Edward, 2335 Parental Home Rd., 

Jacksonville 3-12-51 

Lindley, W. F., 333 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 9-22-52 

Lindner, Alice M., 1804 Bristol Ave., Tampa 1-26-51 

Lindow, Robert J., 1601 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 8-20-52 

Lindquist, Edward S., P.O. Box 354, Riverside Sta., Miami 8-3-51 

Lindsay. Charles F., 5701 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-8-51 

Lindsay, Leona H., 5700 Haines Rd., St. Petersburg 1-29-51 

lindsey, Ann F., 535 N.W. 128th St., North Miami 9-25-52 

Lindsey, Doris D., Box 3955, St. Petersburg 3-24-52 

Lindsey, Geraldine, 334 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 9-13-51 

Lindsey, J. P., 114 E. Harvard Ave., Orlando 9-6-51 

Lindsey. Mary Evelyn, 149 S.W. 1st St., Miami 3-15-51 

Lindsley, Charles C. P.O. Box 1391, Tampa 5-29-52 

Lindstrom, Martha M., 1980 N.W. 27th Ave.. Miami 6-7-51 

Lindzon. Jerry M., 950 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 3-21-52 

Lingenfelter, W. H., Box 2042, West Palm Beach 10-19-52 

Linger, C. M., 1212 Ridgewood Ave., Orlando 6-24-52 

I ingo, T. L., Oviedo. 8-16-51 

Linhart, May B., 1480 N.E. 131 St., North Miami 10-9-51 

Link. Harry W., Jr., 701 Camilo Ave., Coral Gables 2-5-51 

Linley, E. A., P.O. Box 1866, Jacksonville 3-23-52 

Linn, J. Birney, 515 Palmer Mill Rd., Monticello 10-8-52 

Linn, Milton M.. 400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 3-30-51 

Linnane, Marie, P.O. Box 93, Tallahassee 8-20-51 

Tinning, A. W., Box 2505 Jacksonville 6-26-51 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 495 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Linning, Shannon, 403 Guaranty Life Building, Jacksonville.. .5-7-52 

Linthicum, Ann L., Box 117, Rt. 6, Tampa 6-25-51 

Linthicum, John M., 5503 McKay Ave., Tampa 5-8-52 

Linton, E. R., Box 486, Perry 6-30-52 

Linton, William L., 515 E. Pine St., Apt. 4, Orlando 7-3-51 

Lipinsky, Morris, 1220 N. Miami Ave., Miami 7-13-51 

Lipman, Rhcda, 2711 Jackson St., Hollywood 4-11-52 

Lippitz, Charles A., 1514 Congress Bldg., Miami 9-30-52 

Lippman, Florence T., 724 11th St. N., St. Petersburg 1-9-51 

Lipscomb, Frank, 305 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-12-52 

Lipsitz, Elizabeth, 703 W. Ave., Miami Beach 12-13-51 

Lipton, Joseph M., 110 N.E. 1st St., Miami 2-14-52 

List, Erna C, Box 112, Hollywood 10-21-52 

Litchfield, R. W., 5301 27th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 12-29-52 

Little, H. W., 219 French Ave., Sanford 6-30-52 

Little, Ida, P.O. Box 1125, Delray Beach 9-20-51 

Little, U. E., HO 1 /^ N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 9-8-52 

Littlejohn, Blair R., 2829 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 4-21-51 

Littleto